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Edmonds residents up for 2021 Human Rights Awards

 

Last updated 12/9/2021 at 10:49am

Snohomish County

In addition to celebrating Snohomish County Human Rights nominees and award-winners, 2021 Human Rights Awards will feature a performance from Living Voices with "Native Vision," a production that tells the stories of the Native American boarding schools and WWII Navajo code talkers.

Edmonds residents Luke Distelhorst and Marjorie Fields are among those nominated for the 2021 Human Rights Awards nominees as selected by the Snohomish County Human Rights Commission.

According to the County, nominees this year were not organizational representatives, but community members who were showing up for human rights as individuals.

The awards ceremony will be held 6-7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 10, on Zoom. The link is bit.ly/3y1lMsN.

Distelhorst is a former Edmonds City Council member.

Awards fall under three categories: Human Rights Award; Young People's Award; Transformational Leaders...



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