Cordially invite you to a special symposiumBreakthrough Georgia: Fighting Poverty and Restoring Society
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Wednesday, October 19, 2011 10:00am to 11:30am Georgia Railroad Freight Depot (map) 65 Martin Luther King Jr., Dr., SE Atlanta, GA 30334 Parking is available on-site for $5.00.
This symposium will feature expert discussion about the most promising solution to child poverty and social breakdown in Georgia and how the institutions of civil society such as families, churches and civic organizations can address many of the human needs in our state. The event will also launch a major new initiative from Georgia Family Council called Breakthrough Georgia. This multi-year, research-driven initiative is designed to propel Georgia forward as the leading state in the nation on key measures of human well-being. ModeratorJennifer Marshall - Director, Domestic Policy Studies, The Heritage FoundationSpeakersRobert Rector - Senior Research Fellow, The Heritage FoundationRandy Hicks - President and CEO of Georgia Family CouncilPanelistsJerry Regier - COO at Calvin Edwards & Company, former cabinet secretary to two governors and policy leader for three PresidentsTony Johns - Director of Community Involvement for the City of Refuge, a ministry addressing poverty in the inner cityCheryl DeLuca Johnson - Executive Director of Street Grace, a faith-based nonprofit tackling the problem of human sex trafficking in Georgia
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