NEWS IN United for Human Rights
Homeless to Hopeful - United For Human Rights Presents Seminar on Understanding Homelessness
Homeless from the ages of 14 to 18, Katina Lowrey, the founder of H.O.P.E.F.U.L. Inc., offered a unique perspective to attendees at the ‘Understanding Homelessness’ seminar at the United for Human Rights Florida’s Center on March 2, 2019.
Clearwater’s United for Human Rights Center Provides Tools to Keep Your Child Safe from Social Media Predators
There is an estimated 300,000 Americans under the age of 18 lured into becoming victims of human trafficking every year.
Raising Funds to Combat Human Trafficking
On January 6, 2018, Christopher King, grandson of blues legend B.B. King, held a Great Gatsby-themed fundraiser at the Fort Harrison.
Young Women Celebrate and Learn their Rights at International Day of the Girl Event in the Fort Harrison
Over 130 young ladies from several Tampa Bay organizations enjoyed a day just for them on Saturday the 8th of October when they celebrated the International Day of the Girl at the Church of Scientology’s religious retreat in Clearwater, the Fort Harrison.
Clearwater Celebrates First Anniversary of Downtown Humanitarian Centers with Block Party
To celebrate a year of community collaboration, nearly three thousand people gathered on Clearwater’s Cleveland Street on 16 July 2016 for a family-friendly Block Party.