Set The Captives Free

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Set The Captives Free

Join us for two film screenings and a tribute to Nancy Shaefer as we bring awareness to the reality and faces of human trafficking.

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Governors Gun Club 1005 Cobb Place Boulevard Northwest Kennesaw, GA 30144

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VIP Lounge • Hors d’oeuvres • Cash Bar

FILM SCREENINGS

These Little Ones:

Stew Peters’ documentary about the dark underworld of CPS sex trafficking. Features interview with late activist and Georgia State Senator, Nancy Shaefer.

Freedom Cry: Sex Trafficking in America:

There are more slaves today than in any other time in human history. Dr. Meri Crouley brings you this documentary exposing the sordid $150 billion business of human trafficking

PANEL DISCUSSION

with Zoom-In Special Guest Stew Peters

Dr. Meri Crouley

A dynamic speaker, author, producer, filmmaker and host of the international podcast called “Now is the Time,” Meri is a strong advocate for victims of human trafficking and committed to enact change through education on this dark topic. MeriCrouley.com

Dr. Kandiss Taylor

A South Georgia native and recent gubernatorial candidate, the welfare and safety of children is one of Dr. Taylor's greatest passions. She is a long-time public school educator who jumped into the political arena as an honest, conservative voice of "We the People." KandissTaylor.com

Maria Zack

Founder of Nations In Action, Maria is devoted to advocacy and action for families struggling to maintain faith, values, and virtues. An experienced leader, she exposes lawlessness and advocates for accountability from our legislators to end public policies that are detrimental to families and promote those that celebrate freedom and liberty for every American. NationsInAction.org

Lucretia Hughes

Lucretia is the Co-founder of Fallback Productions Studio LLC, show host for “Real News with Lucretia Hughes,” and conservative activist for God, family, and country. A native Georgian and documentary filmmaker, Lucretia's activism began after she lost everything in 2017 but less than a year later was walking the halls of Congress to address them. Her unique and insightful perspective on life is what she strives to bring to fellow Americans.

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