In 2005, Blythe Hill began paying attention to the issue of human trafficking. Even with a deep sense of urgency to help, Blythe felt helpless. She wasn’t a lawyer, doctor, or social worker; her interests and talents were in fashion, trend analysis, and blogging. She believed she had nothing much to offer to the fight. But in 2009, out of boredom, Blythe challenged herself to wear a dress every day in December. Each year that has followed, more and more people have joined Blythe’s one-person challenge, and now it’s become an international movement. To date, Dressember campaigns have raised over 16 million dollars to fight against human trafficking. CEO and Founder of Dressember Foundation, Blyth Hill, joins Christopher and Heather to share the power of a dress.
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It was great to know that the interview would be unscripted. You and Heather gave me the freedom to openly share my personal experiences with infertility and be transparent with my story.