Innocents At Risk Conjures Up Old Havana

Ambassador of Mexico Arturo Sarukhan, Gabriela Ferrer, Deborah Sigmund, Veronica Sarukhan
Mary Bird
Ambassador of Mexico Arturo Sarukhan, Gabriela Ferrer, Deborah Sigmund, Veronica Sarukhan

Innocents At Risk and Airline Ambassadors hosted a Standup For Children Gala: An Evening in Old Havana on Oct. 19 at The Mayflower Hotel, which hails itself as “Washington’s Second Best Address.” Mike Walter emceed the program which included a video produced by Innocents At Risk, the internationally recognized nonprofit to stop the scourge of human trafficking founded by Deborah Sigmund in 2005. The evening was co-chaired by Nancy Rivard, who in 2009 brought additional support from Airline Ambassadors. Gabriela Ferrer and members of The Miami Sound Machine opened their performance with “How Can You Take Something that Does not Belong to You?”

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Nov 7, 2011 at 4:24 PM Phil Cenedella

Thank you for this article. We applaud the great work of Innocents At Risk and Airline Ambassadors International!

Gabriela Ferrer is a rising star who is also an amazing human trafficking victim advocate and we thank her and the Miami Sound Machine for doing this gig for our friends Deborah and Nancy!

peace,
phil cenedella
National Association of Human Trafficking Victim Advocates
www.stopslavery2011.com
888.206.3264
phil@stopslavery2011.com

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