Six residents, who have made great personal sacrifices in contributing to human and civil rights in Montgomery County, were inducted into the 2018 Montgomery County Human Rights Hall of Fame on Thursday, Nov. 29. The County’s Office of Human Rights hosted the ceremony at the BlackRock Center for the Arts in Germantown.
The inductees are Tufail Ahmad; Mark Bergel; Dr. Marilyn Hughes Gaston; Reverend Kenneth Nelson; Dr. DeVance Walker Jr. and Bishop Paul Walker Sr. They are welcomed into the Hall of Fame for their visionary leadership, outstanding achievements and work in advancing human rights.
The theme for this year’s event was DIVERSITY Is Working For Our County. This is the 10th year for this biennial event.
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