2022 Breakfast and Friends of Human Rights

The Latah County Human Rights Task Force Inc. invites you to attend Moscow’s 29th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Human Rights Community Breakfast

Due to the current coronavirus pandemic, this year’s MLK Breakfast will be a virtual setting.  Join or Zoom Meeting by following this Link:ZOOM MEETING

Saturday, January 15, 2022
9:30 am – 11:30 am
Location: On your computer, phone or tablet.
Cost: Our Breakfast will be virtual in 2022 and we still rely on this as our major fundraiser for the year, so we encourage you to donate what you can by either visiting our donation page: Make a Donation, or mail in the form at the bottom of this page.

* Breakfast: Carla’s Potato-Egg Dish with recipe provided here to make your own (Carla’s Breakfast Bake Recipe), or the breakfast of your choice. 

* Entertainment

* Presentation of Rosa Parks Human Rights Achievement Awards

* Presentation of Martin Luther King Art & Essay Awards

 Featured Speaker: Phillip Roundtree

The Latah County Human Rights Task Force has announced that the keynote speaker for the 29th Martin Luther King-Human Rights Community Breakfast will be Phillip Roundtree, a dynamic and engaging speaker, who has been practicing in the mental health field since 2005. Mr. Roundtree will focus on the topic of mental health and its relationship to human rights, with particular reference to mental health issues and solutions for marginalized communities. Roundtree is the Founder of Quadefy LLC, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing empowerment services to enhance the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual strength of individuals and groups. In 2018 he was recognized as a Black Enterprise magazine’s “BE Modern Man,” a program that honors the essence, image, and accomplishments of today’s man of color. Roundtree is a TedxTalk speaker, whose thoughts on “Black Mental Health Matters” are garnering rave reviews. Roundtree will also give the University of Idaho Martin Luther King keynote address, and present a workshop for Moscow High School and University of Idaho students.



Strengthening the bonds of community to embrace diversity and reject bigotry.

The Latah County Human Rights Task Force invites you to a Community Breakfast to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr./Human Rights Day and to honor individuals who have made significant contributions to the cause of human rights in our area.

We encourage you to make an additional contribution of $ 25.00 or more to become a Friend of Human Rights and to assist the Task Force’s community activities. All Breakfast profits and all donations are used to provide educational human rights programs primarily for local students, and also for the community.


The Latah County Task Force Inc. would also welcome your payment to become a Friend of Human Rights.
All donations are welcome.
Thank you for your support. Human Rights in Latah County depends on you!


SATURDAY, JAN 15th; Location: Zoom Meeting, 9:30am

Please make out your check to: Latah County Human Rights Task Force
Please send to: Latah County Human Rights Task Force / Box 8613, Moscow, ID 83843

Please print legibly:

Name: _______________________________________________________

Address: ______________________________________________________

City, Zip: _____________________________________________________

e-mail: _______________________________________________________

Phone: _______________________________________________________


Friend of Human Rights $25(Indiv.)/$50 (org.) = _________

Contribution (any amount you can afford): __________

TOTAL ENCLOSED ___________