Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash

Seeking Local Human Rights Champions


Seeking Local Human Rights Champions

For the third year in a row, three Spokane organizations are accepting nominations for the 2022 Spokane Human Rights Champions.

The Spokane County Human Rights Task Force, the City of Spokane Human Rights Commission and the Gonzaga Center for Lifelong Learning, Center for the Study of Hate will celebrates this year’s Human Rights Champions at the Spokane Human Rights Champions Award Banquet on Nov. 10. In partnership with Gonzaga’s Center for the Study of Hate, the event will also honor this year’s winner of the “Eva Lassman Take Action Against Hate Award.”

The organizations are seeking people and businesses that demonstrate a sincere, active effort in the promotion and advancement of human rights in the greater Spokane area.

Nominations can be submitted online and are due July 31.

Check Also

Two-Spirit powwow

Two-Spirit Powwow to Hold Indigiqueer Event During Pride Week in Downtown Spokane

During Pride Week, Spokane Falls Two-Spirit Powwow will hold an event at Riverfront Park to celebrate two-spirit individuals in a space created for Indigiqueer people by Indigiqueer people.

0 0 votes
Article Rating
Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x