Year-End Celebration at the WE Center.
Sunday December 10th
15-21st Street South Fargo, Suite 102 (The WE Center)
- International Human Rights Day and the Human Rights work done by the Consortium.
- Remarkable volunteers and learners in our programs. Awards given to most dedicated volunteer and learner.
- The work of our award winning staff and accomplished Board members:
- Darci Asche, Development Director, received the MLK Human Rights Award for Fargo in 2017.
- MaryAnn Harris, Community Health Coordinator, was a featured alumni of the Masters In Public Health at North Dakota State University in 2017.
- Laetitia Mizero Hellerud, Board Member, published Being at Home in the World in 2017.
- Ezzat AlHaider , Board Member, initiated monthly Global Seminars at Trinity Lutheran Church in Moorhead and was featured on the cover of the Forum and the High Plains Reader for his service to the US Army in Iraq.
- Kennedy J. Saywala, Board Member, was Elected President of the United Liberian Association of North Dakota (ULand).
- Barry Nelson, appointed to the Fargo Human Relations Commission and other initiatives.
- Kevin Brooks, Board President, and partner Betsy Birmingham were awarded a North Dakota Human Rights Coalition Arc of Justice Award.
- Highlight: Christian Harris, Executive Director, was awarded a Rotary International Peace Fellow for 2018.
- Introduce new Board Members: Matuor Alier, Alicia Underlee Nelson.
The official program will run from 2:30-3:00 pm. Try delicious food prepared by local restaurants all afternoon. Good will offerings appreciated but not required.
Learn how you can contribute to the Consortium and Human Rights work in the FM Area for 2018.
RSVP appreciated but not required: kabbie(at)mac(dot)com.
New Fundraising Platform
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