News Coverage of Domestic Violence Round Table featuring Georgia Cares

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month.

This year The Domestic Violence Roundtable, Inc. invited Micah’s Promise to host the Quarterly Lunch & Learn.

With an estimated 200-300 girls trafficked monthly in Georgia no community is immune to this epidemic. Micah’s Promise was able to bring in a special speaker from Georgia Cares.

Georgia Cares Program Director Robyn Windibank alongside Micah’s Promise Executive Director Bobbi Starr shared the latest statistics on victimized children in our state and how Columbus citizens can fight domestic minor sex trafficking locally.

For the full news story visit WRBL at https://www.wrbl.com/news/local-news/local-organizations-and-leaders-are-looking-to-combat-domestic-minor-sex-trafficking/1694568761

A room full of concerned citizens or as we like to call them FREEDOM FIGHTERS!

Bobbi Starr (right) sharing the local impact Micah’s Promise is making while partnering with statewide groups with Georgia Cares Operations Program Director Robyn Windibank (left).

News Anchors Phil Scoggins and Teresa Whitaker

Rhonda Dial, Domestic Violence Roundtable President

Robyn Windibank, Operations Program Director of Georgia Cares, shares as Bobbi Starr looks on