South Fulton Coalition for Understanding Presents
Dear Parents, Judicial, Law Enforcement, Fire & Rescue and Community Leaders,
On January 26, 2012, South Fulton Coalition for Understanding, Inc. (SFCU) partnered with AADD (All About Developmental Disabilities) in hosting the “Conversations That Matter: Justice and Developmental Disabilities” event.
Due to the tremendous and overwhelming response to that event, SFCU is sponsoring,
*“THE TALK: JAIL IS NOT THE ANSWER.” *
This meeting will be held on Monday,* April 16, 2012 *(6:30pm-8:30pm) at the South Fulton Service Center-5600 Stonewall Tell Road, College Park, Georgia 30349. The moderators will be Rev. Kevin E. Lewis, (Retired) Atlanta Police Department Chaplain and Dorothea Cadet, Governor Appointed Member of the Georgia State Rehabilitation Council and President of SFCU.
This event will bring together parents, advocates, law enforcement and community leaders for a dialogue regarding developmental disabilities and the justice system. Many of the participants at the last “Conversations” event requested that more police, fire & rescue, and judicial officials from the South Atlanta community participate. Your presence is vital; therefore if you are unable to attend, please send a representative from your office.
South Fulton Coalition for Understanding, Inc. is a local grass-roots organization composed of parents, caregivers, self-advocates and community leaders whose lives are intimately impacted by a disability. SFCU promotes public awareness through education, self-advocacy and services for people with disabilities to advance their full integration and participation in their community.
Please contact Yvette Pollard at (404) 664-1393 or email firstname.lastname@example.org confirm your attendance by * April 13, 2012*.
We look forward to seeing you on April 16th!
Dorothea Cadet, President
Yvette Pollard, Vice President