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Can't stop, won't stop! While COVID19 has required us to make some changes, we refuse for it to halt our cause. So guess what?! We are going virtual!!! Join DO & A Sista's Touch for our 3rd annual charity 5K to raise Human Trafficking Awareness. Although we will not be able to be in person, we are committed to maintaining the same experience of community, awareness, and inspiration.
To ensure your safety and to practice social distancing, you get to choose where and how you participate in the 5k/3.25 mile distance. You can stay indoors (treadmill/stationary bike) or you can map out the distance in your neighborhood or another safe open space. You can run, walk, or ride a bike, whatever your pleasure; we just want you to share space with us to show solidarity in the effort to stop human trafficking. On September 19th, we will start at 9am with a Live kick off . If you can't make the 19th, don't worry, the kick off will be recorded. Once you finish your physical activity, enter your results so you can be added to our results board. You will have until September 26th to enter your numbers. Just like that you will have supported local nonprofit organizations that provide services to those impacted by human trafficking, supported AST programming, physically challenged yourself, and increased your knowledge on how you can help in the fight to stop human trafficking.
As we continue our mission to cultivate Black Excellence through the inspirations of African American women, it is important that we also do the work to ensure our children are healthy and whole. Taking on the role of advocate in the community, this civic engagement event provides us the opportunity to assist in the efforts of mitigating the perils of human trafficking; which is unfortunately impacting the African American community in the Oakland/Bay Area.
The We Run Oakland: For Our Children series is an annual family/community event designed to focus on our collective responsibility to STOP human trafficking. Through the partnerships of local organizations, the main goal is to bridge the gap between community, resources, and self-care. We hope you will join us in our effort to educate the community in understanding the vastness of this epidemic on a local level, and demonstrate how the collective can make incremental changes to achieve positive outcomes.
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