[Vision2020] The Martin Luther King Human Rights Breakfast
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Mon Jan 23 10:36:04 PST 2017
This year’s Martin Luther King Human Rights Community Breakfast speaker was Mark Trahant, a Native American journalist and faculty member at North Dakota University who spoke on “Environmental Justice.”
Trahant is a member of Idaho’s Shoshone-Bannock Tribe, and a former president of the Native American Journalists Association. He has served as editor of the editorial page for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer,. and is a former columnist at The Seattle Times and has been publisher of the Moscow-Pullman Daily News in Moscow, Idaho; executive news editor of The Salt Lake Tribune; a reporter at the Arizona Republic in Phoenix; and has worked at several tribal newspapers. Trahant reports and comments on events and trends on his blog at TrahantReports.Com and on and other social media. He does a weekly audio commentary for Native Voice One.
In addition to Trahant’s address the January 21st Breakfast included presentations of the Rosa Parks Human Rights Achievement Awards and presentation of winners of the Martin Luther King Jr. Art and Essay Contest.
Videos and photos of this year's Martin Luther King Human Rights Community Breakfast are viewable at:
"2017 Martin Luther King Human Rights Community Breakfast"
Videos and photos of previous Latah County Human Rights Task Force and Moscow Human Rights Commission events are accessible at:
“Activities of the Latah County Human Rights Task Force and Moscow Human Rights Commission”
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