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Upcoming Scheduled Events for January 2019
ICDHR ORGANIZATIONAL EVENTS
SAVE THE DATE: The 51st Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Remembrance and Commemoration Dinner to be held Saturday, April 6, 2019 at the Renaissance Hotel in Schaumburg Illinois.
During the last four years, the ICDHR has worked with various community groups in the metropolitian Chicagoland area to address the growing divide between Black and White Americans.
Southwest Airlines has been a partner with the ICDHR for more than twenty years. ICDHR would like to salute the management of Southwest Airlines for the excellent service being rendered to the traveling community.
ICDHR is proud to announce that we have provided STEM scholarships for students planning to attend Case Western Reserve University.
Attending college can be quite expensive for students and their families. Students should seek out and apply for scholarships in which they meet the eligibility requirements. We have information about college scholarships and contests through JLV College Counseling. Students are encouraged to visit the scholarship websites for further details about eligibility and requirements (view scholarships).
ICDHR Chairman Completes Workbooks to Increase Understanding of Critical Thinking
ICDHR Chairman Gives "State of the Illinois Commission on Diversity and Human Relations" at Comcast Studios
ICDHR Joins Southwest Airlines Executives for Its Annual Review
For the fourth consecutive year, the Illinois Commission on Diversity and Human Relations (ICDHR), represented by its Chairman, Reverend Clyde H. Brooks, joined Southwest Airlines Executives Landon Nitschke (Senior Vice President for Technical Operations), Bob Montgomery (Senior Advisor for Airport Affairs), Patty Greene (Community Relations Manager) and more than fifty Southwest Airlines partners for an update of expansion efforts at Chicago’s Midway International Airport.
Rev. Clyde Brooks, ICDHR Chairman, recently published two workbooks to promote the importance of critical thinking and how the Bible can help citizens to live more healthy lives. Individuals who wish to secure these life saving workbooks can contact Rev. Brooks at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ICDHR Releases Report on "Bridging the Black and White Divide"
On December 6, 2018, Rev. Clyde Brooks, ICDHR Chairman appeared at the Comcast studios to discuss the work work of ICDHR during 2018 and its plans for 2019 (video).
This exhaustive report examines reasons for the divide and ways that the divide can be lessen. For a copy, please send an e-mail to email@example.com.