#MyFreedomDay 2020: Students shine a light on modern-day slavery

Updated 0829 GMT (1629 HKT) March 12, 2020
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7:00 p.m. ET, March 11, 2020

And that's a wrap!

That's it from us on the live blog. Thank you for all your videos, artworks and creative messages from around the world.

My Freedom Day is over for 2020, but the fight against modern day slavery continues. See you next year!

6:44 p.m. ET, March 11, 2020

'Freedom is not being bullied by others'

"Freedom is no one judging my race."

Children at Al Faris International School in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, share what freedom means to them.

6:31 p.m. ET, March 11, 2020

Mobilizing a whole school in Brazil

In Brazil, Year 6 students at Red House International School gave presentations to younger students, mobilizing the whole school in the fight against modern-day slavery.

6:04 p.m. ET, March 11, 2020

#GetOnBoard My Freedom Day

On Delta Flight 872 from Atlanta to San Salvador, crew took the time to deliver a special #MyFreedomDay message for all on board.

5:41 p.m. ET, March 11, 2020

Richard Quest remembers "Cocoa-nomics"

On #MyFreedomDay CNN's Richard Quest recalls meeting farmers in Ivory Coast who had never tasted chocolate produced from the cocoa they grew.

Watch the full 2014 documentary here

5:12 p.m. ET, March 11, 2020

My Freedom Day in Ecuador

Students in Quito, Ecuador, have taken part in #MyFreedomDay with activities and drawings, spreading the meaning of freedom.

4:37 p.m. ET, March 11, 2020

What freedom means to 10-year-olds

"Freedom is living without fear." Fifth graders at Atlanta International School tell CNN what freedom means to them.

3:59 p.m. ET, March 11, 2020

Atlanta students join the fight against slavery

Students at North Springs High School in Atlanta are joining the fight against human trafficking by taking part in #MyFreedomDay.

3:33 p.m. ET, March 11, 2020

'End trafficking. Freedom for all.'

"Freedom isn't just a feeling, freedom is a fact. Trafficking is the fastest growing business and we need to put it out of business. End trafficking. Freedom for all," Ruth Dearnley, CEO of Stop the Traffik, says on #MyFreedomDay.