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'I Have a Dream' Gala 2013: Fun and Fellowship with the Texas Civil Rights Project - West Texas

'I Have a Dream' Gala 2013: Fun and Fellowship with the Texas Civil Rights Project - West Texas

TCRP Director James Harrington Addresses TRCP-West Texas 2013 'I Have a Dream' Gala

TCRP Director James Harrington Addresses TRCP-West Texas 2013 'I Have a Dream' Gala

University of Texas - Permian Basin Black Leadership Council

University of Texas - Permian Basin Black Leadership Council

Keynote Speaker Rev. William A. Lawson

Keynote Speaker Rev. William A. Lawson

Keynote Speaker Rev. William A. Lawson, Houston Civil Rights Leader

Keynote Speaker Rev. William A. Lawson, Houston Civil Rights Leader

LULAC Council 4451- Odessa

LULAC Council 4451- Odessa

Odessa Police Color Guard present colors while Deputy Chief Blanco leads us in the Pledge of Allegiance.

Odessa Police Color Guard present colors while Deputy Chief Blanco leads us in the Pledge of Allegiance.

Willie Barber, Advocacy and Legislation Chairman of the American Council of the Blind of Texas, receives Enable Award for Removing Barriers: "For your service and contribution to the disability community and promoting an inclusive and accessible society for all."

Willie Barber, Advocacy and Legislation Chairman of the American Council of the Blind of Texas, receives Enable Award for Removing Barriers: "For your service and contribution to the disability community and promoting an inclusive and accessible society for all."

From left to right: City Attorney Larry Long, City Council Member Sandra Carrasco, Alison Burton, Chief Timothy Burton, Deputy Chief John Blanco

From left to right: City Attorney Larry Long, City Council Member Sandra Carrasco, Alison Burton, Chief Timothy Burton, Deputy Chief John Blanco

Carol Uranga, President of LULAC Council 4451, Rev. William A. Lawson, Cynthia Lucero, Jim Harrington, and Hispanic Heritage member Sylvia Acosta

Carol Uranga, President of LULAC Council 4451, Rev. William A. Lawson, Cynthia Lucero, Jim Harrington, and Hispanic Heritage member Sylvia Acosta

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