Human Rights Center Elects New Board 

The Idaho Human Rights Education Center announced on April 28 that it has elected 11 new members to its board of directors. The new leaders are: Les Bock, Boise attorney and former IHREC executive director; Sam Byrd, director of the Latino advocacy group Centro de Communidad y Justicia; Rabbi Dan Fink of Ahavath Beth Israel; Dallas Gudgell, owner of Speak Easy; Christine Jarski, professional funding developer; Kelli Kinkela, program director for Hewlett Packard; Jerry Miller, rural development specialist with the Idaho Department of Labor; Rodolfo Prado, a local Spanish language instructor; immigration attorney Katyryn Railsback; Boise State student Kyle Schneider; and Keziah Sullivan, manager of the local fair trade bazaar Ten Thousand Villages. Three previous board members, Kathy Yamomoto, Vickie Hawley and Ed Keener, have also retired from their charges.

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