Second Life Tennessee will present The Song Market, a concert benefiting survivors of human trafficking on National Human Trafficking Awareness Day, Jan. 11.
The concert will be at The Camp House. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the event starts at 7 p.m.
Tickets are at Eventbrite or on the Facebook page.
There will be mini market happening during the concert. Local artisans and non profits are invited to be a part of the awareness event in order to bring the community into the conversation surrounding this issue.
Jan. 11 is National Human Trafficking Awareness day. Second Life Tennessee is raising awareness in this community with music and local nonprofits coming together to show their support. Second Life Tennessee is committed to ending human trafficking through policy, prevention, and survivor services. SLTN hosts community events like this one to invite more advocates into the SLTN mission.
All proceeds go toward the survivor services program. Survivors benefit by being able to experience options and choice. They benefit from seeing the contributions and financial support as a community believing in them. It’s not about the money. It is about the community responding to someone’s desire to seek freedom, hope, and a better life, said officials.