Prince William County Human Rights Commission

Martin Nohe, Board of County Supervisor, Coles District. He is with his wife, Chris and there children; Jack, Nicholson, Teddy and Rachel

Martin Nohe, Board of County Supervisor, Coles District. He is with his wife, Chris and there children; Jack, Nicholson, Teddy and Rachel

Prince William County  Commissioner Eugene Brown ( picture not shown here),  who is also Youth Outreach Services ‘ Director of Community Outreach, was at the traditionally  Prince William County Human Rights Commission celebration. This year the Prince William County Human Rights Commission awardee 5 individuals who by their actions express and promote the principles of Human Rights.  Commissioner Eugene Brown introduced Eleana Boyer. She works with person with disabilities since 1978. She has worked with various agencies providing services for the disabled; transitions students with disabilities from school to employment. Elizabeth Charity, CEO and Founder of Youth Outreach Services attended the event along with some of  Prince William County  Board of Supervisors .  On December 10, 1948 the United Nations General Assembly declared Universal Human Rights Day.  The Universal Declaration of Human Rights has served as the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in many parts of the world.  It was their 50th Anniversary. It was at the McCoart Building Atrium & Board Chambers, Woodbridge, VA 22192

Maureen S. Caddigan, Vice-President of Board of County Supervisor, Potomac Magisterial District and Elizabeth Charity

Maureen S. Caddigan, Vice-President of Board of County Supervisor, Potomac Magisterial District and Elizabeth Charity

Cynthia Brown (in the middle) Carmen Wilson and David Horden III, Liz Charity

Cynthia Brown (in the middle) Carmen Wilson and David Horden III, Liz Charity

Cynthia Brown,  received a Human Right award for her work with “World of Difference,” program at Hylton High School. Here she is shown with two of her students who are in he program ( Carmen Wilson and David Harden III).  She raised $10,000.00 to benefit a student who had suffered a debilitating injury.

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