The Human Rights Education Institute (HREI) is focused on its mission of celebrating diversity and human rights by educating, raising awareness, and inspiring transformation in our community. Over the summer months HREI will be exhibiting Uprooted – Japanese American Farm Labor Camps during WWII, a major golf tournament fund raiser, diversity training, and focusing on so many pressing human rights issues.
In response to past employee, Rachel Dolezal, who served between 2008 and 2010, her art work contribution to HREI at that time was appreciated. Ms. Dolezal’s title was education director for part of her time at HREI. Ms. Dolezal portrayed herself as African American at that time, and she has not contributed to HREI since her departure. HREI does not share personnel information or comment on personnel issues.
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