WASHINGTON–David Zach, singer/songwriter, speaker and founding member of acclaimed Christian rock band Remedy Drive, was featured at "Freedom Requires Action Culture, Corporations, and Communities Uniting To End Child Sex Trafficking in America," held recently at the U.S. Capitol. Sponsored by Safe House Project, the event also included speakers U.S. Rep. Richard Hudson (R-North Carolina); Paul Viollis, CBS News law enforcement and security analyst; Ria Story, survivor leader, trainer and author; and Brittany Dunn, COO Safe House Project.
With a goal of discussing solutions to eradicating child sex trafficking in America, the event included a breakfast, formal program and VIP reception. Following the program, Zach joined Safe House Project representatives as they visited Congressional offices on Capitol Hill.
"Speaking at our nation's Capitol was special," said Zach. "Being in Washington, D.C. allows me to see the potential of large scale momentum in the direction of freedom–specifically in context[…] Source: Christian Music