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Release Date: 02.13.2018 | Location: All Metro Atlanta | Organization: Ford Fund & S.H.A.U.N. Foundation for Girls

Ford Fund Teams Up With Award-winning Journalist Shaun Robinson

It's a distinction that no city wants. Atlanta is ranked as the country's top spot for Human Trafficking according to the National Human Trafficking Hotline. Every day, girls and young women are being lured into this industry and the only way to prevent this is through education.

Emmy Award-winning Shaun Robinson is proud to bring her S.H.A.U.N. Foundation for Girls, "The Empowered Girl: How NOT to be a Victim of Human Trafficking" event to Atlanta, to the campus of her alma mater, Spelman College. The Ford Motor Company Fund and Shaun are hosting a free, open-admission conversation on human trafficking here in Atlanta.

WHEN:

Tuesday, Feb. 20
5 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.  (Media Check-in begins at 4:30 p.m.)

WHERE:
Spelman College-Sisters Chapel
440 Westview Drive, SW
Atlanta, GA 30313

PANELISTS:

  • Shaun Robinson, television personality and award-winning journalist
  • Kim Fields, actress, author and director
  • Amelia Quizz, founder Beloved Atlanta
  • Goldie Taylor, Bestselling Author and Editor-at-Large, The Daily Beast
  • Dr. Zhaleh Boyd, Founder/CEO, Zhaleh Solutions
  • Renea Green, Georgia Bureau of Investigations Child Exploitation and Computer Crimes Unit

S.H.A.U.N. Foundation for Girls makes grants for grassroots nonprofits that work in five areas of girls’ issues. The foundation promotes girls’ knowledge and exposure to STEM, Health, Arts, Unity and Neighborhoods.

 

 

Media Contacts

Ford Motor Company Fund:
Xina Eiland
(703) 785-4358
xina@xinapr.com

Cheryl Hudson
(248) 212-8901
chudson@ntouchgroup.com

 

Contact Info

Contact Name: Xina Eiland

Company: X+PR

Phone: 703.785.4358

E-mail: xina@xinapr.com