Human Rights, Close To Home: Celebrating Atlanta’s Human Rights Champions

Written by on October 28, 2018

Moderated by: Jae Nash | Creator & Radio Host | Girl Power Hour Radio

Attendees will hear from local social good businesses and advocates who are actively supporting one or more of the human rights articles.

Guest Speakers and Appearances:

Lauren Brockett | Director of Employment Services | Friends of Refugees – Refugee Career Hub 

Wesley B. Rogerson | Officer, Global Health Advocacy | United Nations Foundation

Robbin Jorgensen | Founder and CEO | Women Igniting Change

Kitti Murray | Founder and CEO | Refuge Coffee Co.

Denise Smith | Founder and CEO | Peace of Thread

John R. Seydel | Director | City of Atlanta Office of Resilience

Michaelle Phoenix | Founder and President | Youth Citizen Diplomats Malaysia former Secretary-General United Nations Youth Nottingham University-United Nations Association of Malaysia

Ebony Brown | Director of Volunteer Services | Cool Girls Inc.


Special thanks to Emory University, RCE Greater Atlanta Youth Network, United Nations Foundation, Women Igniting Change, Friends of Refugees, Girl Power Hour, Refuge Coffee Co., Cool Girls Inc., Peace of Thread, The Surgery Center for Female Genital Mutilation, Youth Citizen Diplomats Malaysia, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Kappa Omega Chapter, iSpeakPR, The Thai Association of Georgia and photographers

We would also like to say thank you to everyone that came out to this event. Check out the gallery below.


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