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Fargo seeks nominations for awards honoring legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. – InForum

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FARGO — Fargo’s Human Rights Fee is looking for nominations of native people or teams whose work embodies Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy.

The Umoja 54 awards embody the Radical Change Award, Sow a Seed Award and Centering Youth in Our Society Award, all of which honor King.

Neighborhood members are inspired to submit

nominations on-line by Friday, Dec. 16.

The Radical Change Award is given to a person or group main change in North Dakota in a radical means and contributing to the development of freedom and human rights locally.

The Sow a Seed Award honors somebody who initiates or takes half in actions that contribute to the tutorial, social, financial or political lifetime of the neighborhood.

The Centering Youth in Our Society Award is given to a person or group serving to youth turn into future leaders, significantly these from underserved communities. This award acknowledges applications that open new pathways to studying, self-discovery and achievement.

The awards will likely be offered on the Fargo Theatre on Monday, Jan. 16, Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

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