Human Rights Award
The Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award was established in 1984 by his eldest child, Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, to honor courageous and innovative individuals striving for social justice throughout the world. Each year, the RFK Center awards an individual whose courageous activism is at the heart of the human rights movement and in the spirit of Robert F. Kennedy's vision and legacy. The Human Rights Award Laureates have made significant contributions to their countries through years of dedicated work. Laureates are chosen through an exhaustive annual nomination and selection process with nominations submitted from all over the world. The RFK Center offers not only a monetary contribution to their cause, but also forges strategic partnerships with the recipients of the Award.
rfkcenter: Speak Up! Speak Out! Join the "Except Farmworkers" campaign to support #humanrights for #farmworkers http://t.co/370Hl2kVbN
rfkcenter: Did you know #farmworkers in NY state have about the same rights they did in 1900? http://t.co/370Hl2kVbN
rfkcenter: Did you know #farmworkers in NY state do not have the right to collectively bargain? http://t.co/370Hl2kVbN
rfkcenter: Did you know #farmworkers in NY state do not have the right to a day of rest? http://t.co/370Hl2kVbN
rfkcenter: New op-ed by our Pres @KerryKennedyRFK "Justice for Labor on the Farm" http://t.co/xNqbzbxqVs #farmworkers #newyork
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