The Brentwood chapter for End Slavery Tennessee will host a benefit dinner at the Brentwood Country Club on Saturday, Sept. 7 at 6:30 p.m.
The all-volunteer group in Brentwood will host a special evening of dining and music with prominent Nashville attorney Charles Bone as the speaker, who recently represented Cyntoia Brown, a victim of child sex trafficking, in her successful bid for clemency.
Bone will discuss the unique challenges faced by victims of human trafficking from a legal perspective and beyond.
“Ultimately, by raising money for End Slavery, we are helping to prevent situations like Cyntoia’s from happening in the future,” End Slavery Tennessee Brentwood leader Annette Valentine said.
Music will be provided by Journeyman guitarist, songwriter and producer Tom Hemby.
Tickets are $80 and can be purchased on Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/a-voice-for-the-oppressed-a-dinner-benefiting-end-slavery-tennessee-tickets-68057093599.
End Slavery Tennessee’s mission is to provide comprehensive aftercare for human trafficking survivors and address the problem through advocacy, prevention and training of front line professionals.