Cambridge Human Rights Commission Seeks Nominations for Innovations in Fair Housing Awards


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The Cambridge Human Rights Commission is celebrating the 20th Anniversary of its Fair Housing Poster and Essay Contest as part of Fair Housing Month in April.  Parents are urged to encourage their kids who are in Cambridge Public Schools grades 6-8 to submit a drawing or essay on Fair Housing. This year’s theme is “Fair Housing in Cambridge: Let’s Make it Happen.”  

The Human Rights Commission is also seeking nominations of persons or groups who have contributed in some way to promoting Fair Housing in Cambridge for the Innovations in Fair Housing, Lifetime Achievement and Margot P. Kosberg awards. Please submit the names of persons you which to nominate, including a brief statement of why you believe this individual or group should be honored, along with your name and contact information by Friday, April 5 to:

Carmen S. Negrón, Cambridge Human Rights Commission,
51 Inman St., 2nd floor, Cambridge, MA  02139.

Nominations can also be e-mailed to:

Nominees will be recognized at the Annual Fair Housing Event Tuesday, April 23, at Cambridge City Hall, 795 Massachusetts Ave. 


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