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Committee on Hate/Violence. The duties of the Hate/Violence Committee are to develop and distribute information about hate/violence, promote educational activities that demonstrate the positive value of ethnic and social diversity; advise the County Council, the County Executive, and County agencies about hate/violence in the County, and recommend such policies, programs, legislation, or regulations as it finds necessary to reduce the incidences of acts of hate/violence. Learn More.
SAVE THE DATE! 2017 MARYLAND CIVIL RIGHTS EDUCATIONAL FREEDOM EXPERIENCE, APRIL 8 -16, 2017. DOWNLOAD FLYER HERE .
2017 Maryland Civil Rights Educational Freedom Experience will be held April 8 - 16. Join Us as we embark on an inspiration-filled educational experience travelling south to explore the birth place of the Civil Rights Movement. We will retrace the Freedom Trail and learn about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, the Montgomery Bus Boycott, the Greensboro Sit-Ins, Voting Rights and other significant events of the American Civil Rights Movement. Among other numerous sites, we will visit the Lorraine Motel, Central High School, the home of Medgar Evers and Dexter Avenue Baptist Church. Travel on a state-of-the-art bus equipped with WiFi. Download Detailed Flyer with attached mail-in registration form.
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Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett and the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Committee held it's Annual Birthday Tribute and Celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., on Monday, January, 16, 2017, 3:30 p.m. This year’s tribute and celebration focused on Martin Luther King, Jr.’s relentless pursuit for justice. We were excited to showcase a diverse group of talented performers who continued King’s legacy of justice through music, word and dance. This event was held at The Music Center at Strathmore, 5301 Tuckerman Lane, North Bethesda, Maryland 20852. Check back soon to see the winners of the Literary Contest and the Children of the Dream and Humanitarian awards winners recognized at this event. See photos from this event here.
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Black History Month. Students from the fourth grade class of teacher Melinda Nwoye at Stedwick Elementary School in Gaithersburg helped the Montgomery County Council on Dec. 13 recognize the annual celebration of Human Rights Day by showing the video they created called “The Lie.” The video features students of various races and nationalities stressing that people of all nationalities should respect each other and that they are not different just because of their heritage. Councilmembers Roger Berliner and Craig Rice led the ceremonies in Rockville, which were also joined by James Stowe, the director of the County’s Office of Human Rights, and Stedwick Principal Margaret Pastor. The video of the Council Proclamation Presentaion can be viewed at https://youtu.be/Ew1iRhY35T8 .