MCHR members and friends held a unity vigil in Royal Oak on Nov. 3, 2018 after the mass shootings at Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh and racist murders in Jeffersontown, Kentucky. MCHR stands against all forms of hatred and discrimination based on religion, race, ethnicity, immigration status or sexual orientation.
MCHR board member Adonis Flores talks with “At the Intersections” about how Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) changed his life.
(Original score by Sacramento Knoxx)
From Press & Guide:
Religious leaders from different faiths hosted a call for unity event at the Islamic House of Wisdom in Dearborn Heights on Thursday.
The interfaith gathering was called to promote unity within the Muslim, Jewish and Christian communities and put an end to hateful rhetoric that inspires violence.
MCHR is once again offering 2019 Syracuse Cultural Workers calendars.
These calendars are beautifully illustrated and note a human or civil rights event or milestone for almost every day of the years.
Available for $15.