Global Humanitarian Summit 2016

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Join us for the inaugural year of the Global Humanitarian Summit, an offshoot of the Global Health and Humanitarian Summit at Emory University.

The Global Humanitarian Summit aims to create a synergistic culture of innovation and change through a three-day conference featuring first-person perspectives on a myriad of interconnected global issues from humanitarian leaders, focusing on holistic, multi-faceted, community based solutions. The Summit will offer networking opportunities for all activists, including youth, give fuel to budding humanitarian organizations, and act as a resource for the Atlanta community. Together, we will fulfill the promise of a safe and loving world.

We will feature over 100 speakers and 25 exhibitors hailing from around the world, from Nova Scotia to Cameroon and everywhere in between!

Keynote Speakers:
* Naomi Ruth Barber King, civil rights icon, A.D. King Foundation
* Thandeka Tutu-Gxashe, daughter of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, HIV researcher
* Shamari Shields, motivational speaker, founder of multiple non-profits
* Tom Blue Wolf, indigenous healer, founding member of the World Council of Elders
* Delores Bunch-Keener, daughter of Cleopatra Jones, founder of Giving A Hand, Inc.
* Al Cole, nationally syndicated talkshow host, New York Times bestselling author
* David Hiller, spiritual counselor, self-help author
* Pete Delorenzo, U.N. World Goodwill Ambassador, comedian

We will also have music, yoga and meditation sessions, food trucks, art installations, and many more surprises! Come join us for a truly transformative weekend.

This event is free, family-friendly and open to the public.

Like us on Facebook, and visit our website for more information and an up-to-date schedule.
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