2024 Breakfast and Friends of Human Rights

Join your neighbors and friends for the 31st annual Martin Luther King Jr. Human Rights Community Breakfast.

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  • To access the Zoom link for the Breakfast, click HERE (password: mlk24). Please note that the Zoom presentation will begin at 9:40.

The 2024 Martin Luther King Jr Breakfast will include conversation, a thought-provoking presentation, and a hearty hot breakfast. Our guest speaker will be Mario Pile, director of the UI Black/African American Cultural Center

Saturday, January 20, 2024
9:30 am – 11:30 am
Location: 1912 Center Great Room or via Zoom.
Tickets: In-person attendance is limited to 100 people on a first-come, first-served basis – register in advance. It will also be live-streamed on Zoom. This as our major fundraiser for the year, so we encourage you to donate what you can by either visiting our donation page: Click here to Make a Donation, or mail in the form at the bottom of this page.

* Breakfast in the 1912 Center Great Room.

* Entertainment

* Presentation of Rosa Parks Human Rights Achievement Awards

 Featured Speaker: Mario Pile, Director of the University of Idaho Black and African American Cultural Center. His topic will be “Moving Forward Together”.

Mario Pile, Director of the Black/African American Cultural Center at the University of Idaho, is passionate about education and providing safe spaces for Black students on campus. Mario joined the Air Force in December 2002, eventually bringing him to Idaho in the summer of 2005. He has served a total of 20 years in the military; 6 years active duty and 14 years in the Idaho Air National Guard. Mario earned a degree in Criminal Justice from Colorado Technical University and a Master’s in Educational Leadership. Mario has a 13-year-old son, Malachi, who is his world.

Mario Pile is an experienced professional who possesses a strong drive for education, leadership, and social advocacy. Throughout his career, he has consistently shown a deep commitment to empowering individuals, specifically the younger generation, to achieve their utmost potential.



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 a contribution 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!


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: _______________________________________________________

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Contribution (any amount you can afford): __________

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