Human Rights Commission Unity Breakfast set for October, tickets available now

The Hopkinsville Human Rights Commission is gearing up for their annual Unity Breakfast in October and tickets are up for grabs now on one of the biggest breakfast events for the community of the year.

Appearing on WHOP Thursday morning, HRC Executive Director Raychel Farmer and HRC Board Chair Nikki Chambers says they’ll honor past directors and civil rights activists, current efforts in the community and more when they hand out numerous awards at the breakfast on October 26 at 7:30 a.m. at the James E. Bruce Convention Center.

Chambers says tickets are available now and you can get yours by calling the HRC office at 270-887-4010.

Farmer says the Human Rights Commission is dedicated to furthering equal and fair treatment to all people in Hopkinsville and Christian County, and often help investigate complaints of discrimination in housing or employment.

The theme for this year’s Unity Breakfast is “Unarmed Truth and Unconditional Love” and this is the 49th Unity Breakfast held since its inception. For more information, visit the Hopkinsville Human Rights Commission Facebook page.