WORLD HUMANITARIAN DAY – AUGUST 19 - Today and every day we recognize the sacrifice and contribution of humanitarian workers throughout the world.
This day was designated by the UN to honor the sacrifices of humanitarian workers all over the globe. On 19 August 2003, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, #SergioVieiradeMello was killed in the Canal Hotel bombing in Iraq along with 20 members of his staff . @natan_aid honors all the selfless humanitarian activists who are willing to drop everything and travel wherever needed, whenever people are in need of aid, whether due to sudden disaster or ongoing conflict, poverty or health crises. THANK YOU, NATAN VOLUNTEERS and all humanitarian workers, everywhere!
Coming #NEXT on #RextiTalks ⭐️Catherine Clark of @beautyboxxinc .
www.beautyboxxinc.org | www.1message.info
Catherine is an Inspirational Spoken Word Artist, Writer, Poetry Workshop Facilitator, Radio Personality, Author, Actress, Voice Actor, and Print Model, Zumba Fitness Instructor; in essence a Social Entrepreneur.
Ms. Clark is the Founder/CEO of 1 Message LLC, which is purposed to inspire, educate, and motivate individuals to positively exercise the power of voice. In 2016, she founded Beauty Boxx Inc., a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, with a mission to provide empowerment resources such as scholarships and self-awareness programs to those who have been victimized by the lucrative industry of human trafficking. Having a pure passion for love, life, and seeing people prosper, inspires Ms. Clark to strive for the dreams and goals set before her. She’s been a Creative Writer for over 15 years. Ms. Clark was showcased in R.Y.S.E. Magazine (Recognizing Young, Successful Entrepreneurs and Executives) and Gospel Now Magazine. On many occasions, she travels to perform her Spoken Word at weddings, conferences, and facilitate various workshops. Ms. Clark has been a guest on WATC Atlanta 57, “Atlanta Live”. She’s shared platforms with artists and prominent leaders such as Kim Burrell, Canton Jones, Benjah, Y’anna Crawley, Jackie Hill-Perry, KJ Scriven, and Dwayne Woods. Ms. Clark’s life experiences and the message of freedom are ignited as she continues to spread light and hope. .