MLK breakfast speaker to address mental health’s relationship to human rights

Speaker Phillip J. Roundtree will focus on mental health and its relationship to human rights, particularly regarding solutions for marginalized communities, at the annual Martin Luther King Human Rights Community Breakfast Jan. 15.

The event, presented by the Latah County Human Rights Task Force, will be online, with a Zoom presentation at 9:30 a.m. The link for the event can be found at

Presentations of this year’s Rosa Parks Human Rights Achievement Awards will be made during the event as well.

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, according to an email from task force Chairwoman Joann Muneta.

He also will give the University of Idaho Martin Luther King keynote address and present a workshop for Moscow High School and University of Idaho students.

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