|Adam Soltani poses with his award. Photo credit: Imam Imad Enchassi|
Some of our Favorite Photos from the 2014 Human Rights Awards
Collected from Facebook
Maya Martinez accepted an award for her mother, Sonya Martinez. Credit: Beautiful Dream Society.
|Carlos Ortiz accepts his award in the chamber of
the Oklahoma House of Representatives
|After all of the awards were presented, Mr. Ortiz, who is
a journalist by profession, interviewed a fellow award
winner, Carlos Tello.
|“At least 23 members of #yesalldaughters are at the capital
today to represent and accept a 2014 Human Rights Award.”
Photo: Traci Morales
|After the awards program, some supporters of “Yes All Daughters”
stepped into the Capitol Rotunda for a group photograph.
|“Yes All Daughters” was nominated for the 2014 Human
Rights Award because they stood up for the personal
security of all people.
“All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.”
— Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)