We The People of Texas shall focus on maintaining citizen’s freedoms by keeping them informed of the current condition under which we’re living and by keeping our elected officials accountable through activities which ensure citizen’s rights are preserved and exercised through public information.
Over the last few years, the government has taken a road that many community members do not like or appreciate. The recent lack of election integrity, censorship of free speech, forced mandates, and over-reach of government has prompted the need by the community to help educate individuals on how they can help protect their family, community, schools and government.
WTPOT educates individuals about the state of our local, state and national government to help individuals understand what it means for them by obtaining speakers from all aspects of government from school boards, county commissioners, legislative representatives, as well as other speakers.
How can you get involved? Everyone can do something. WTPOT will present ideas and opportunities to assist you in serving your community. Some of these consist of things such as attending school board meetings, commissioners court meetings, and training to assist in the election process. You may contact firstname.lastname@example.org for informaiton on getting involved.
Kathy is a wife, mother, author, writer, and advocate who has overcome sex trafficking. After many years of living in silence, Kathy decided to journal what happened to her to deal with the surreal experience. That journal became a book. That book became a stage play.
Partnering with several organizations, Kathy’s goal is to increase human trafficking awareness, fight for those being trafficked, and mentor those who have overcome it.
She has presented to faith-based organizations, educators, students, medical professionals, law enforcement, politicians, and leaders from all sectors of society. She has trained nonprofit organizations and individuals who aspire to become better advocates in the field of anti-trafficking.
In 2018, Kathy was invited into The Oval Office to witness a bill she advocated for signed into law. In 2021, Kathy joined the United States Advisory Council on Human Trafficking by presidential appointment. During her time as a Program Director, Kathy developed a trauma-informed program for survivors of trafficking.
She is now Co-Founder of Twelve 11 Partners, an organization committed to supporting individuals who have experienced human trafficking and are on their journey to thriving.
Set your clock and come join us for important information that WILL affect your daily life. Please rsvp to email@example.com or fill in the information below.
Location: 130 Industrial Blvd, Sugar Land, Texas
Dinner: RSVP required. $10 per person at the door.
Dirnks will be provided as well.
We the People of Texas - Fort Bend
503 FM 359, Suite 130 Box #175
Richmond, Texas 77406