— Hudson will speak at the 5th Annual Global Humanitarian Summit —
Atlanta, GA — Humanitarians from all over the world will gather at the fifth annual Global Humanitarian Summit March 18-20, to network, share, and inspire others to do good in the world. The Summit, which this year is dedicated to former President Jimmy Carter, will take place at Unity North Atlanta Church, 4255 Sandy Plains Road, Marietta, and will honor “ordinary people doing extraordinary things” and encourage attendees to do more to make the world a better place for all.
As in previous years, hundreds of individuals and organizations working on basic human needs like clean air, water, food, shelter, and healthcare will gather to share what they are doing to make the world a better place. Summit organizers’ goal is to both share good news stories from around the world and encourage even more good works in the name of humanity.
Keynote speakers include Mrs. Naomi Ruth Barber King, Martin Luther King Jr.’s sister-in-law; Thandeka Tutu-Gxashe, Desmond Tutu’s daughter; Karin Ryan, Director of the Human Rights Program at the Carter Center; Dr. Neil Shulman, Associate Professor at Emory University School of Medicine and author of the book the movie “Doc Hollywood” was based on; and more.
The Summit is free, open to the public, and offers a full three-day agenda of informative programs including exhibits, panels, workshops and entertainment.
Complete information is available on the Summit website at www.GlobalHumanitarianSummit.org
For more details about Orrin Hudson, visit www.BeSomeone.org