2021 Salem Award for Human Rights and Social Justice

Join Voices Against Injustice and Peabody Essex Museum on Tuesday, May 25th from 7:00 - 8:00 PM as we honor Cosecha Massachusetts as the recipient of the 2021 Salem Award for Human Rights and Social Justice.

About Cosecha Massachusetts:

Cosecha Massachusetts (part of Movimiento Cosecha) is being honored for their leadership in fighting for access to drivers licenses for immigrants, regardless of status, while also organizing as part of a national campaign fighting for permanent protections, respect and dignity for all 11+million undocumented immigrants in the United States.

Cosecha's grassroots efforts mobilizing communities have included multiple peaceful actions - marches and rallies, a 4-day hunger strike at the State House, and a 13-day, COVID-safe encampment outside the State House last July.

In addition to their activism and advocacy, their responsiveness to the pandemic helped meet the needs of hundreds of families throughout the state, and they provided resources for 1000+ families.

We are honored to be presenting Cosecha Massachusetts with this year's Salem Award for Human Rights and Social Justice. We are also honored to be celebrating this year’s Rising Leader Award recipients from Salem High School and Salem Academy Charter School.

Join us as we REMEMBER the lessons and legacy of the Salem Witch Trials and HONOR champions of social justice so that we will be inspired to ACT.

Join us for this online event which will be in both Spanish and English. Please register here:

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2021 Salem Award for Human Rights and Social Justice

Join Voices Against Injustice and Peabody Essex Museum on Tuesday, May 25th from 7:00 - 8:00 PM as we honor Cosecha Massachusetts as the recipient of the 2021 Salem Award for Human Rights and Social Justice.

About Cosecha Massachusetts:

Cosecha Massachusetts (part of Movimiento Cosecha) is being honored for their leadership in fighting for access to drivers licenses for immigrants, regardless of status, while also organizing as part of a national campaign fighting for permanent protections, respect and dignity for all 11+million undocumented immigrants in the United States.

Cosecha's grassroots efforts mobilizing communities have included multiple peaceful actions - marches and rallies, a 4-day hunger strike at the State House, and a 13-day, COVID-safe encampment outside the State House last July.

In addition to their activism and advocacy, their responsiveness to the pandemic helped meet the needs of hundreds of families throughout the state, and they provided resources for 1000+ families.

We are honored to be presenting Cosecha Massachusetts with this year's Salem Award for Human Rights and Social Justice. We are also honored to be celebrating this year’s Rising Leader Award recipients from Salem High School and Salem Academy Charter School.

Join us as we REMEMBER the lessons and legacy of the Salem Witch Trials and HONOR champions of social justice so that we will be inspired to ACT.

Join us for this online event which will be in both Spanish and English. Please register here:

REGISTER
 
 

WHO WE ARE

The lessons from the Salem Witch Trials compel Voices Against Injustice to celebrate today's champions of human rights by presenting the annual Salem Awards, stewarding the Salem Witch Trials Memorial, and inspiring members of our worldwide community to confront fear and social injustice with courage.

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WHO WE ARE

The lessons from the Salem Witch Trials compel Voices Against Injustice to celebrate today's champions of human rights by presenting the annual Salem Awards, stewarding the Salem Witch Trials Memorial, and inspiring members of our worldwide community to confront fear and social injustice with courage.

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Who is your hero? Whom do you know (or know of) who deserves the Salem Award? Voices Against Injustice welcomes nominations from anyone. Who is a good candidate? Any person or organization whose work is aligned with our mission:

The lessons of the Salem Witch Trials compel Voices Against Injustice to celebrate today's champions of human rights by presenting the annual Salem Awards, stewarding the Salem Witch Trials Memorial and inspiring members of our worldwide community to confront fear and social injustice with courage.

Who will be honored next? It is up to you!

Fill out the nomination form and tell us who you think should be the next recipent of the Salem Award.

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The annual Salem Award for Human Rights and Social Justice recognizes and celebrates individuals and organizations who are helping to raise voices and to confront fear and social injustice with courage. The Salem Award was established in 1992, the tercentenary of the Salem Witch Trials.

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We invite you to get involved in supporting the work of Voices Against Injustice. You can help us in several ways. Donate. Financial contributions are always welcome. Volunteer. The gift of your time will help us advance our mission. Spread the Word. Help us amplify the lessons from the Witch Trials and inspire others to confront social injustice.

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