Civil Rights leader Jaime R. Martinez: Native of San Antonio who joined the International Union of Electrical Workers. He served on the IUE executive board as secretary treasurer for District 11 , the first Mexican American at the national level, and served as the National Labor Coordinator for Coordinadora 96. He served as first vice president for the Central Labor Council of the AFL-CIO and as president of the National Labor Council of Latin American Advancement (LCLAA). He is founder and president and president of League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) Council #4626 in San Antonio. He was appointed National Chairperson of the Immigration Committee for LCLAA in 2001 and Labor Advisor to the National LULAC. And, in 2004, he was elected treasurer of LULAC at the national level.
|Presentation of Awards Nettie Hinton Dr. Ron Kelley: CEO Konfident Enterprises Juneteenth Educational Heritage Award Vera Young: Owner/ operator Carter Taylor Mortuary Harriett Tubman Courage Award George H. Clark Sr.: Retired License Master Plumber Sojourner Truth Advocacy Award Jaime R. Martinez: Civil Rights activist Frederick Douglas Emancipation Award|
Date: June 19, 2014 Time: Doors open at 6:00 Dinner begins at 7:00 Place: Beasley Brown Community Center 225 North Swiss street (next door to Bethel AME Church) Individual Ticket Price: $40 Table Sponsorship: $500 (includes name on all marketing materials) Donations for the Kathy Clay-Little Scholarship Fund will be accepted in any amount. For more details Contact: Nettie Hinton at (210) 409-1682 or Tanya Henderson at (210) 543-5727