June event features Invisible Girl Project

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Twenty4Change is happy to announce that our next event will feature the Invisible Girl Project.

Invisible Girl Project (IGP) exists to help people see the invisible girl.  In India, over 50 million girls and women are “invisible”–they are missing from India’s population. The mission of IGP is to combat sex determination abortion, the murder of little girls once they are born, and other discriminations against girls in India.  We support existing organizations and indigenous people that are working to rescue and care for unborn, newborn, and young girls, as well as striving to change the perceived value of females in the Indian culture. We believe that long-term change occurs through education, trade training, and the development of micro-finance initiatives that will better equip and empower Indian women.

For more information, check out Invisible Girl Project’s website, and RSVP on Facebook.

Tuesday, June 21 · 7:00pm – 10:00pm
Ambrosia in Broad Ripple
$20 meal plus tax, tip and drinks.

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