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Prince William County Human Rights Commission Community Outreach Event 

Come out and join us for a remarkable afternoon at TODOS Market! Hosted by the Human Rights Commission.

The event will be held on Thursday, June 21, 2018 from Noon until  p.m. at  TODOS Market, 13905 Jefferson Davis Highway, Woodbridge, VA  22191. 

Our goal is to eliminate discrimination through civil and human rights law enforcement and establish equal opportunity for all persons within the County through education.

Discrimination can be on the basis of: Race, Color, Sex, National Origin, Religion, and/or Disability

If you feel you have been discriminated against, in the following areas, come see us: Employment, Housing, Credit, Public Accommodation, and Education

Join us to receive more information or submit an intake assessment on-line at www.pwcgov.org/humanrights.

For questions contact: The Human Rights Commission Office at pwhrc@pwcgov.org or call (703) 792-4680.



PWC COMISIÓN DE DERECHOS HUMANOS ALCANCE A LA COMMUNIDAD

¡Acompáñenos para una tarde extraordinaria en Supermercado TODOS! Organizada por la Comisión de Derechos Humanos.

El evento se llevará a cabo el jueves 21 de junio de 2018 de 12:00 pm a 3:00 pm en el Supermercado TODOS, 13905 Jefferson Davis Highway, Woodbridge, VA 22191.

Nuestro objetivo es eliminar discriminación haciendo cumplir y respetar las leyes civiles y de los derechos humanos y a establecer la igualdad de oportunidades para todas las personas del Condado a través de la educación.

La discriminación puede ser basado en: Raza, Color, Sexo, Origen Nacional, Religión o Incapacidad.

Si piensa que ha sido discriminado en las siguientes áreas, venga a vernos: Empleo, Vivienda, Servicios de Crédito, Facilidades Publicas o Educación.

Acompáñenos para recibir más información o para presentar una querella y acceder a los formularios necesarios visite www.pwcgov.org/humanrights.

Para preguntas, comuníquese con la oficina de Derechos Humanos en pwhrc@pwcgov.org o llame al (703) 792-4680.







UNIVERSAL HUMAN RIGHTS DAY CELEBRATION 2018 
 
 
 
HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION

cordially invites you to

UNIVERSAL HUMAN RIGHTS DAY BREAKFAST

Featuring,

THE HUMAN RIGHTS AWARD

Rabbi Israel Zoberman, Keynote Speaker

Germany’s Wetzlar Displaced Persons Camp Survivor

Saturday, January 13, 2018, 9:00 a.m.

McCoart Board Chambers

1 County Complex Court

Prince William, VA 22192

RSVP - (703) 792-4680

ALL ARE WELCOME!

 

 

 

 

 

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MULTICULTURAL CELEBRATION

TODOS MARKET 

27TH ANNIVERSARY

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY HUMAN RIGHTS

& U.S. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT

OPPORTUNITY COMMISSIONS (EEOC)

September 30, 2017 - 13905 Jefferson Davis HWY Woodbridge, VA 22191 - 11am-3pm

GRAN FIESTA MULTICULTURAL

TODOS MARKET 

CELEBRANDO 27 AÑOS DE

SERVICIO

EN ALIANZA CON

LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS DE PRINCE WILLIAM

Y COMISIONES DE IGUALDAD DE OPORTUNIDADES DE

EMPLEO EN ESTADOS UNIDOS (EEOC)

30 de septiembre 2017 - 13905 Jefferson Davis HWY Woodbridge, VA 22191 - 11am-3pm

 Over 500 people came out to TODOS market on September 30th for a fun-filled multicultural festival.  The Police and Fire Chiefs joined in with their state of the art vehicles and staff.  Several characters surprised the children with their arrival to include Mickey and Minnie Mouse and the TODOS mascot.  Even Gold's Gym bulldog came out to give the Human Rights Director a hug. 

the equal employment opportunity, fairfax and alexandria human rights commissions joined the prince william commission to host the event with carlos castro, president of todos market, and his public relations officer zoila arevalo.

Look for this exciting program again next year!

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 Universal Human Rights Day 2018

The 2018 Human Rights Award recipients are:

  • Dr. Marvette Thomas who raised more than $25,000 that went toward elementary and middle school mentoring programs, health initiatives and $1,000 scholarships for 10 graduating students in Prince William and Stafford counties.
  • Iyana Cones who worked to bring the Sparkle Effects program to Osbourn Park High School, which is only the second school in the state to add the program that brings together school-based cheerleading and dance teams of students with and without disabilities.
  • Prince William Police Maj. Jarad Phelps who started the Stay True to Blue police academy course for police cadets to give them real-life exposure to community issues and gives examples of how the police and the community can work together.
  • Richmond Hill who started the Man Up program at the Northern Virginia Community College campuses in the county. The program promotes and creates access to supportive relationships for minority men to overcome barriers to college graduation by providing mentors who help with academic skill building, monthly success coaching, networking opportunities, character-building workshops, social and athletic events and service learning projects.
  • Todos Market, which offered its parking lot as a venue for a multi-cultural festival. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Human Rights Office and Todos worked together to organize and stage the celebration. Todos was recognized for its willingness to serve the community without hesitation.
  • Delegate Robert Marshal, the Alliance to Save Carver Road and NAACP First Vice President, EJ Scott, worked with the county government to deter Dominion Virginia Power's bid to build a transmission line along Carver Road, a historically African-American community in the western end of Prince William County.
  • The Prince William County Office of Elections and the Electoral Board which pushed for early voting through a campaign to inform the public of the acceptable reasons people could vote absentee. Their efforts were successful and lines were shorter during the last election.

Rabbi Israel Zoberman, of congregation Beth Chaverim in Virginia Beach,  spoke at the event and said that human dignity is "one and indivisible" and that people recognized at the awards ceremony represented the principles of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 

The mission of the Prince William County Human Rights Office is "to eliminate discrimination through civil and human rights law enforcement and to establish equal opportunity for all persons within the county through advocacy and education." More information about the Human Rights Office can be found at www.pwcgov.org/humanrights.

 

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                                    Mrs. Ernestine Jenkins welcomes our guests.

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         PWC Police Chief Barry Barnard and PWCHRC Executive Director Phyllis Aggrey

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                  Duo Conway Porter and George Banks entertain the audience.

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                                  Combined Police and Sheriff Honor Guard

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                             Annie B Rose Missionary Ministry of Ebenezer Baptist Church

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     Commissioners Ramunda Young and Curtis Porter award Maria Burgos, PWC Schools

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                               Guest Speaker Mahalia "Mally" Dryden-Mason, DPOR

   Glorine Gholson receives her award from Chair Porter and Commissioner William Johnston

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                       Award Recipient George Hampton & the men of Omega Psi Phi

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       Commissioners Donald Scoggins and Porter award Carolyn Custard, PWC Schools       

  

 Norman Jones, III, PWCPS, Student Recipient receives his award from HRC Chair Curtis Porter       

 Past Universal Human Rights Day Program 2016

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