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Dressember: Dress to Empower

Lauren Thornton


The Dressember Foundation was created to raise funds and awareness to stop human trafficking, women being used as objects, and slavery. Women are encouraged to wear a dress and men a tie every day in December to raise awareness of human trafficking and slavery.

During December of 2013, Blythe Hill decided she would wear a dress every day for the month of December to take a stand against human trafficking and slavery.

Blythe Hill was molested when she was young. When she started hearing about the prominence of human trafficking and people being used as slaves it “started a fire” inside her. Dressember is the product of that fire, a way to help to put an end to these heinous crimes. Blythe Hill became the founder and CEO of the Dressember Foundation and says, “Something that started as a simple idea became a global movement that created a pathway for not just me, but thousands of women to put a stop to one of the greatest injustices of our time.”

The organization's mission is to rescue, protect and restore the lives of victims. This is accomplished with the help of one of  Dressember’s partners, International Justice Mission (IJM).
The top five countries involved in sex trafficking are Russia, China, Iran, Belarus, and Venezuela according to
Anyone interested in joining the movement can do the following. Girls can wear dresses and guys can wear a tie and help spread the word of
in the month of December, and donations can be made on the website.

Other organizations that bring awareness to human trafficking are:

Semester Exam Schedule for December 17-19, 2018

Monday, December 17

8:00-8:45 1st period

8:50-9:35 2nd period

9:40-10:25 3rd period

10:30-11:15           4th period

11:15-11:45 “A” lunch

11:50-12:55 5th period (A)

11:50-12:20 “B” lunch

11:20-11:50/12:25-12:55 5th period (B)

12:25-12:55 “C” lunch

11:20-12:25 5th period (C)

1:00-2:15 6th period EXAM

2:20-3:30 7th period EXAM

Tuesday, December 18

8:00-9:15 1st period EXAM

9:20-10:45 3rd period EXAM 1st 10 min. attendance and study

10:45-11:10 “A” lunch

11:15-11:40 4th period (A)

11:15-11:40 “B” lunch

10:50-11:15 4th period (B)

11:45-1:00 5th period EXAM

1:00-3:30 Remaining students will report to the Media Center

**Follow the early release lunch schedule

This is not considered an early release day but students will be allowed to leave after the 5th period exam.

Wednesday, December 19

8:00-9:15 2nd period EXAM

9:20-10:45 4th period EXAM 1st 10 min. attendance & study

10:45-11:30 ALL LUNCH

11:35-1:00 Make-up Exam Time

Remaining students will report to the Media Center

**Exempt students will report for attendance Tuesday and Wednesday at 9:20.

12/19 Early Release Day

12/19- 1/6/19 Christmas Break

01/21 Teacher Inservice/ Student Holiday

03/08 Early Release

03/ 11- 3/15 Spring Break

04/18 Early Release Day

04/19 Good Friday Holiday

05/04 Jr./ Sr. Prom

05/17 Admission Accomplished in Hudson gym @ 2:30 p.m.

05/21 Scholarship Night at HISD Auditorium 6:30 p.m.

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Contact Information

Hudson ISD: Hudson High School
6735 Ted Trout Dr.
Lufkin, Texas 75904

7:45 – 4:30 M-F

Phone: 936-875-9244
Fax: 936-875-9209