National Human Trafficking Awareness Day

A Day of Faith, Hope, & Action.

JANUARY 11, 2015


Circle of Friends: Living Water for Girls and it’s community partners invite you to join us for a Transformative Justice Gathering and Candlelight Vigil- a day of Faith, Hope, and Action for those traumatized by sexual violence and sex trafficking. The program will include featured speaker, Ms. Yvette Richards, National President of United Methodist Women, Inc., and Representative Andy J. Welch, R – District 110, Pamela Perkins Carn, Interfaith Children’s Movement Coordinator, and Reverend Natosha Reid Rice, Associate Pastor, Women’s Ministries at the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church. They will speak on this human rights issue, introduce the ground-breaking Rachel’s Law and together we will hold a candlelight vigil. For more information please contact Mo Reilley at 404.627.0225 or email  



When: Sunday, January 11, 2015
Venue: Spelman College Academic Center
Time: 5:00PM-6:00PM
Cost: Free (RSVP is required)
Parking: $3 in campus deck 

Learn how our collective action will end sexual violence and sex trafficking

Learn how to be the first responders in the lives of our children

Learn how to turn faith, hope, and action into transformative justice


Sexual Violence and Sex Trafficking is an American problem—an Atlanta problem

Bridging Faith, Hope and Action to Achieve Transformative Justice