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As the Georgia legislative session opens, Georgia’s interfaith communities will again join in prayer. We’ll lift up our lawmakers and the children who will be affected by their laws. And we’ll interact with teens and young adults as they learn to be young activists. “Speaking Youth to Power!”
Even through darkness… we must find the light of Beloved Community.
Hosted this year by Rev. William Flippin Jr. and Youth Host Imani R.
Featuring diverse faith speakers, including youth speakers.
Faith leaders and young people will once again come “together” during the Georgia legislative session to PRAY for our legislators and for all our children affected by the laws they pass. The prayer event will be live and virtual. We’ll acknowledge the challenges the past year has presented to children, and think together about faith grounded solutions to propel us forward in 2022.
Why join the event?
These are hard times and children can be silent sufferers.
The youth are constantly exposed to overwhelmingly dark and often inappropriate content on their “screens.”
Coronavirus has caused distance learning to become the norm as students lose important quality social skill building. Not to mention the countless loved ones who have died from the disease.
That’s why this is the time to join our multi-faith friends to PRAY together, and to create hope for Georgia’s children and their families. Early planning indicates this will be an inspiring event and forum that will give you an energizing lift of inspiration.
The best part is you get a chance to participate in the discussion. Our theme is “Uplifting Youth in Hope and Light”. We can’t wait to see you there.
ICM is grassroots—bridging the interfaith and child advocacy communities. Join us in speaking up for children.
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