Revisit a former recipient of the Salem Award for Human Rights and Social Justice, discover upcoming events, and learn about a Salem State professor speaking out on the insufficiencies of America’s teaching of slavery.
“2017 was a transitional year for The Salem Award Foundation for Human Rights and Social Justice. For over 26 years, from our inception in 1992, the tercentenary of the Salem Witch Trials, to the present day, we have focused on promoting awareness of human rights and social justice issues in three ways.”
“For the past 26 years, the Salem Award Foundation has worked to promote the cause of human rights, tolerance and social justice worldwide. The group’s mission hasn’t changed, but its title has.
Marketing Committee Chairman Don White told a gathering of approximately 50 people Sunday about the recent decision to “rebrand” the organization Voices Against Injustice.”