Being an advocate in the social justice field can be draining, tiring, and emotionally exhausting. It is so important to take care of yourself. What better time to do it than the start of a NEW YEAR?

Join the Young Activist Council of CAASE for a brunch filled with delicious treats, information on pure, safe, and beneficial products, and ways to keep yourself healthy and feeling your best.

When: Sunday, January 11, 2015

           12:00 - 3:00p.m.

Where: Blue Sky Bakery & Cafe

           3720 N. Lincoln

**$10 for brunch (20% of proceeds will be donated to CAASE) **

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Speakers include:
  • Annie Warshaw is the founder and CEO of Smarty Pants Yoga, a girl empowerment literacy after school program. She will discuss tools to create work/life balance and offer practical resources.
  • SharonWong is a 2002 graduate of Cortiva Institute and has experience working as a sports massage therapist as well as with patients with neurological disorders. She is certified in cranial sacral therapy.
  • Dr. Ford-Robydek has a doctorate of Chiropractic Medicine as wells as a Master of Science in Sports Science and Rehabilitation. She is certified in Active Release Technique, Graston and Webster Technique for pregnant women.

Sign Fighting Sex Trafficking, the Jewish Community Takes a Stand 

Sunday, January 11, 2015


Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leaders

610 S. Michigan

**Program followed by reception and resources

Tickets: $18

$10 for Spertus Members

$8 for students

Buy Tickets >>  or call 312.322.1773

CAASE Executive Director, Kaethe Morris Hoffer will moderate a panel of those on the front lines of this issue. Panelists will include Rabbi Rachel Bregman, CAASE Educator Caleb Probst, and a member of the Cook County Sheriff’s Police Department.

As part of this program, there will be a screening of the film DEMAND, a documentary reveals the impact of buyer demand on sex trafficking.

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