We Invite You To Join Us For Dinner
July 2, 2013
Thomas Murphy Grand Ballroom
Georgia World Congress Center
Every year, since 1967, NEA has honored human and civil rights heroes at a black-tie awards dinner. And every year, those heroes have inspired us.
This celebration is inextricably linked to NEA's 1966 merger with the American Teachers Association (ATA). ATA represented Black teachers in segregated schools, and for many years, it held a human and civil rights awards dinner. After the merger, NEA proudly carried on the tradition.
We honor our past and rededicate ourselves to the unfinished task of creating a just society. We owe it to the children and young people we educate. And we believe, as did Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., that people of conscience, acting together, can achieve "justice for all."
If you have any questions about the NEA Human and Civil Rights Awards Dinner, please contact Sabrina Tines at (202) 822-7709 or email@example.com.
2013 AWARDS DINNER LINKS
- 2013 Human and Civil Rights Awards Winners
- 2013 Human and Civil Rights Awards Dinner Ticket Information
- 2013 Human and Civil Rights Awards Brochure
- 2012-13 Human and Civil Rights Committee
- 2013 Joint Conference on Concerns of Minorities and Women