Here are a few ways to:
Connect, Learn and Enjoy!
February 14, 2013 at 7pm
by Keys of Hope
raise awareness against human trafficking.
21 Broad St.
Suggested Donation: $21
Raffle Tickets ($1 each)
Proudly Supporting the A21 Campaign
February 16, 20139:30am-12:30pm
by Boston Faith & Justice Network
This hands-on workshop will help you identify cost-effective ways to preserve seasonal produce to be enjoyed during the winter months. Participants will learn how to make delicious apple butter and preserve it through canning. No prior experience is needed! Each participant will leave with two ½ pint jars of canned apple butter. It will end with prayer for our community!
Hope Fellowship Church
16 Beech St.
Gathering Empowering Action
by Not For Sale MA
Monthly Meetings Gathering the local Abolitionists
45 Carleton St. Cambridge, MA 02142 room 119
location is right near the Kendal/MIT T stop on the red line. walk towards the Clover truck (if its still there in the cold?) and up the stairs on the right side of the street.
February 23, 2013
1pm to 4pm
Human Trafficking Awareness Event
by First Baptist Church of Cambridge
5 Magazine St.
Featured Speaker: Beatrice Fernando:Survivor, Author of In Contempt of Fate and Founder of Nivasa Foundation
Barbara Larkin Anderson Executive Directive of All Hands In
Jennie Fournier: Founder and Director of GBPAN