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Liverpool Fashion Summit and Freedom Row are looking for an illustrator to bring their children’s book to life.
The book is about a six-year-old multiracial girl called Anya who goes into a magical vending machine. The book promotes ethical consumption and provides parents, teachers and kids with a resource to learn about modern slavery, in an impactful, positive, and child-centred way.
Please email the team: firstname.lastname@example.org
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