Thank you to everyone who joined us at SPARK A Change last month! Take a look at our recap video that was shot and edited by Kaya (rukayaholuronbi.com)
Join SPARK Reproductive Justice NOW! on Thursday, September 12, 2019, for The Fourth Annual SPARK A CHANGE! A FUNDRAISER & CELEBRATION.
This community centered event will feature delightful local bites, fantastic performances, a DJ, a prize raffle and a silent auction with amazing auction items! Furthermore, we will honor community leaders that we believe exemplify our vision of a world where all people are empowered, valued, and able to make liberatory decisions about their community, families and lives. This is sure to be an evening you won’t want to miss!
For tickets please click the following link: 4thannualsparkachange.eventbrite.com
Interested in sponsoring this event? Click the following link for more information: SAC Sponsorship Packet
#JoinSPARK at one or ALL of our many events happening this April!
APRIL 2 : HIV/AIDS Education and Awareness Panel
Agnes Scott College – Leticia Pate Evans Hall E-Conference Room A & B
6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
APRIL 4 : #WokeWednesday Celebration
Victory Sandwich Bar ~ 340 Church St, Decatur, GA 30030
5:30 PM – 6:30 PM
APRIL 5 : Reproductive Justice 101 w/ Emory Reproductive Health Association
Emory University – GCR 721
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
APRIL 11 : SPARK Off! The Podcast
APRIL 13 : SPARK A Change!
Elevator Factory ~ 437 Memorial Dr SE, Atlanta, GA 30312
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
APRIL 16 : AMPLIFY GA Launch
Georgia State University – Woodruff Park
11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
APRIL 24 : Queering RJ Seminar w/ Emory Reproductive Health Association
Emory University – Rollins School of Public Health ~ 1518 Clifton Road
For more information about individual events visit SPARK on Facebook or email us at email@example.com
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The Third Annual
SPARK A CHANGE!
A FUNDRAISER AND CELEBRATION
Friday, April 13, 2018
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
[our new date and time!]
Elevator Factory | Atlanta, GA
This community centered event will feature fantastic live music and performances, and a prize raffle. We will also be honoring our community youth leaders for exemplifying our vision of a world where all people are empowered, valued, and able to make liberatory decisions about their communities, families, and lives with our Vanguard of Change Award.
To date, SPARK has hosted over 70 LGBTQQ youth of color at 7 FYRE Media Justice Camps producing a variety of media resources covering issues from coming out, bullying, and sexual health to healthcare access, violence, and abortion. We hosted the first LGBTQQ youth of color reproductive justice conference in the Southeast, IGNITE, which provided 15 workshops to 85 LGBTQQ youth of color from 13 southern states, while Speak Justice Take Action has mobilized over 500 community members to the Georgia Capitol to advocate for sound reproductive health and rights policy.
Support our work by sponsoring the 3rd Annual SPARK A CHANGE! then come party with us in celebration of our communities on Friday, Dec 8, 2017 at the Elevator Factory. Get your tickets NOW!
See you there!
We’re getting to that time of year again! There’s only a couple of months left until we throw down at our 3rd Annual fundraiser, SPARK A CHANGE!, taking place on Friday Dec 8th. We will also be celebrating our 10th Anniversary and invite you to join us in all of the merriment & jubilation that this joyous occasion brings. Stay tuned for more details and feel free to email Taylor, at Taylor@sparkrj.org, if you’d like to be one of the featured entertainers and artists this year!
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