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Wassmuth Center for Human Rights and HP launch project at Boise High

Pictured here (l-r) are Adrienne Evans, United Vision for Idaho, Executive Director; Trina Foley Ponce, Executive HP, Inc.; Dan Prinzing, Wassmuth Center for Human Rights, Executive Director; Tammi Elliot, United Vision for Idaho, Volunteer; Sharron Hanson, Boise High School, Educator; Charlie Pagen, HP, Inc. Photo courtesy of United Vision for Idaho.

Pictured here (l-r) are Adrienne Evans, United Vision for Idaho, Executive Director; Trina Foley Ponce, Executive HP, Inc.; Dan Prinzing, Wassmuth Center for Human Rights, Executive Director; Tammi Elliot, United Vision for Idaho, Volunteer; Sharron Hanson, Boise High School, Educator; Charlie Pagen, HP, Inc. Photo courtesy of United Vision for Idaho.

The Wassmuth Center for Human Rights, in partnership with Hewlett Packard, Inc., on Nov. 14 awarded Boise High School’s Humanitarian Club educational tools designed to confront injustice in the classroom and the community. The Boise High School students then presented these materials to classrooms throughout the school. 

This public event marked the launch of the Center’s Human Dignity Project, an educational project that promotes respect and dignity for all people. A  five-piece poster series printed by HP is part of the Center’s Human Dignity Project. More than 650 schools statewide will have access to tools and resources that promote respect for human dignity and diversity.

The poster series is available through the Wassmuth Center for Human RightsTrainings and professional development designed for the community and businesses to confront injustice and create safe inclusive spaces is available through United Vision for Idaho’s Project Civitas, a companion piece to the Wassmuth Center for Human Right’s Human Dignity Project.

Photo courtesy of United Vision for Idaho

Photo courtesy of United Vision for Idaho

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