National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month - Awareness Event

Spelman College Sisters Chapel, The National Center for Civil and Human Rights’ International Human Trafficking Institute,  Ebenezer Baptist Church, the Interfaith Children’s Movement and Circle of Friends & The Living Water Programs invite you to join us on Sunday, January 10th at 5pm for a Transformative Justice symposium and Candlelight Vigil-- a gathering of Faith, Hope, and Action in recognition of National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month.

Featuring keynote speaker, Ms. Malika Saada Saar, Senior Counsel on Civil and Human Rights for Google, along with survivors, community leaders and legislators. All will share solutions, celebrate the ground breaking Safe Harbor/Rachel's Law Act being signed into law and issue a call to ensure the passage of Senate Resolution 7 (SR7) as a constitutional amendment in November 2016. A "Yes" vote by Georgia voters in November 2016 will secure the safety and welfare of our children.


Please RSVP and bring your ticket for seating. Seating is limited and the event will start promptly at 5pm. Guest parking is available at the campus deck for $3. For more information please contact Circle of Friends at 404.990.3966 or email 



Sunday, January 10, 2016 from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM (EST) - Add to Calendar


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