Celebrate Seattle Human Rights Day on December 10!
Nominate individuals, groups, youth and businesses for the 2013 Seattle Human Rights Awards.Take a few minutes to think about our local human rights leaders. Are there individuals, groups, youth and businesses you would like to honor? Submit the nomination forms below via mail, fax, or email by November 8th, 2013. Your participation is vital to the success of this award process.
Human Rights Award – cover letter
The Seattle Human Rights Award will be presented at the Seattle Human Rights Day/Seattle Human Rights Commission 50th Anniversary celebration on Tuesday, December 10, 2013, 7:30 p.m. at Town Hall. This ceremony is a powerful way to acknowledge the work of outstanding people who inspire us all.
Past Human Rights Award recipients have included Magdaleno Rose-Avila, Joe Martin, Legal Voice, Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, Casa Latina, Pride Foundation, Somali Community Services of Seattle, YWCA Girls First, Trans Jail Policy Group, the Wing Luke Asian Museum and many others.
Therese Caouette to speak at Seattle Human Rights Day on December 10
Therese Caouette will speak at an evening event to celebrate the 14th annual Seattle Human Rights Day, which also honors the Seattle Human Rights Commission's 50th Anniversary on Tuesday, December 10, 7:30-8:40 pm at Town Hall Seattle on 8th Avenue and Seneca.
For more information or to request an accommodation for a disability call the Seattle Office for Civil Rights at (206) 684-4500 or check the web at www.seattle.gov/civilrights/events.htm. ASL will be provided; this event is accessible and open to the public. A donation of $5 will be requested. Human Rights Day 2013 is produced by the Seattle Office for Civil Rights, Seattle Human Rights Commission, World Affairs Council, United Nations Association-Seattle and University of Washington Center for Human Rights, with support from the Seattle Women's Commission, Seattle LGBT Commission, Seattle Commission for People with disAbilities, and the Seattle Immigrant and Refugee Commission.
For more information contact Ronald Ramp at 206-684-0390 or email email@example.com.
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