Not in Harry’s Name Relaunch
That’s right, we’re not done yet! In 2010, we showed Warner Brothers a third-party report stating that their chocolate suppliers had received an “F” in human rights. This means that chocolate used in the Chocolate Frogs sold in Harry’s name may very well be produced with the use of child slavery.
Warner Brothers replied with a statement that they had another report proving that their chocolate was produced ethically. When we asked to see the report, they refused to show it to us. When we asked why, they never replied.
They hoped we’d go away after that; curl up and retreat to our cupboards-under-the-stairs, and keep supporting their chocolate frogs regardless of the children being harmed. But that’s where they’re wrong. Clearly, they aren’t aware of just how determined we can be. Well, after all, they didn’t grow up with Harry, Ron, and especially Hermione teaching them to stand up for those who have no voice of their own.
So, we’re relaunching the Not in Harry’s Name campaign. This time, we’re asking Warner Brothers to show us that report, proving that their chocolate is created without child slavery. It’s an entirely reasonable request. After all, if they have it, why not show it to us?
How are we going about this? Glad you asked! We’re once again calling Dumbledore’s Army to the rescue. Check out Alex Day’s awesome video below, and go sign our petition at showusthereport.com. Tell Warner Brothers that we’re not going to back down until they prove their chocolate is free from child slavery.