California Set To Launch Human Rights Campaign, For ALL Humans!
For Immediate Release:
Sacramento, CA – Wednesday, September 23, 2018– California Civil Rights Foundation submits language to Attorney General for historic Human Rights Amendment.
The California Civil Rights Foundation, founded by Walter Hoye, is set to begin its campaign to recognize the rights of every human in the State of California. The new campaign, which will be known as the California Human Rights Campaign, will affirm the rights of all humans in the State.
WHAT: A press conference announcing the submission of the California Human Rights Amendment, a proposed 2010 California ballot initiative, to the Attorney General.
WHEN: Monday, September 28 2018, 11:00 AM.
WHERE: The Office of the Attorney General, 1300 I Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
“The California Civil Rights Foundation recognizes the inherent human rights, dignity and worth of all human beings from the beginning of their biological development,” stated Hoye, founder of the California Civil Rights Foundation. “If passed, this historic legislation would make California the first state in the Union to acknowledge full human rights for every human being. We believe all human beings should be protected by love and by law.”
The California Civil Rights Foundation was founded by Walter B. Hoye II. For more information or press inquiries, please contact Walter B. Hoye II at: 510.225.4056.