The Salvation Army’s ReCreate Cafe to Host Event on Awareness of the Sexual Exploitation of Children
The Salvation Army’s ReCreate Café, located at 800 McCallie Avenue, will host a free screening of “The Candy Shop,” a film which exposes the epidemic of the sexual exploitation of children, on Wednesday, April 3 at 7:00 pm. The screening is made possible by Second Life of Chattanooga and Street Grace. There will be a question and answer panel discussion afterwards with leaders who are fighting human trafficking locally. The panel will also include Alesia Adams, The Salvation Army’s Territorial Services Coordinator Against Human Trafficking.
The Salvation Army is a leader around the globe against human trafficking and is involved with rescuing children and adults from this horrific nightmare. The Salvation Army firmly believes that abuse and exploitation of human beings through any form of human trafficking is an offense against humankind and against God. To learn more about The Salvation Army’s efforts to eradicate human trafficking, click here.