Survive and Thrive Advocacy Center invites you to join in on a pivotal discussion geared toward developing social justice reform and helping survivors of human trafficking in Gadsden County. Table Talks are a series of informational community-led forums created to bring communities together to make a change. We want to hear your thoughts, concerns, and solutions for your city. This conversation is an opportunity to have your voice heard. Join us on January 14 from 7:00 - 8:30 pm for the 4th Annual Gadsden Count Human Trafficking Community Forum.
Are you concerned about:
- Human Trafficking
- Health care
- Community violence
- Economic Wellness
Pastor Douglas Harris of Midway Unity Fellowship Church will lead discussions about these topics and more, including greater social justice issues and how human trafficking impacts the community and resources.
Who should come?
Everyone, especially members of the community. Anyone who cares about learning more and making a difference in their community is invited. This includes the faith community, businesses, neighbors, schools, healthcare providers, writers, civic groups and leaders, law enforcement and justice system representatives, elected leaders, attorneys, retirees, public employees, artists, youth, agricultural workers, and everyone interested.
What to expect, how to prepare:
Each Table Talk will be a casual discussion, with no preparation required: come as you are and know your thoughts and input will be valued.