California Educator

April/May 2024

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Celebrating 40 years of inspiring work by members, chapters and service centers Winners of CTA's 2023–24 Human Rights Awards were recognized at the CTA Equity and Human Rights Conference on March 2 in Los Angeles. The theme for the 40th anniversary of the prestigious awards was "Celebrating Change Makers." This year 's awardees indeed have made positive change in public education, the union and labor movement, and our greater society. Their contributions have been profound. " Today is about our incredible awardees," said CTA President David Goldberg in opening the event. " They — and every one of us — deserve to be recognized for the work we do and the commitment we make to each other, to our students and to a better world." The Human Rights Awards program's goal is to promote the development of programs for the advancement and protection of human and civil rights within CTA. Awards are given annually to CTA chapters, service center councils, and members in up to 11 categories (find more information at Congratulations to the winners! CTA's HUMAN RIGHTS AWARD WINNERS Full photo caption is on page 37. 32 Social Justice

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