Spirited HMH Lunch Celebrates Human Rights and Holocaust Education
The Guardian of the Human Spirit luncheon annually celebrates individuals and institutions who work to make the world a better place. This year’s event — attended by a true who’s-who of Houston society, including Lynn Wyatt, Nancy and Jack Dinerstein, Beth Wolff, Jim Crownover, Mayor Sylvester Turner, Annise Parker, and several consul generals — brought in nearly $700,000. ABC News anchor Juju Chang, who has reported on injustice and racial equity for decades, joined virtually to give a keynote address.
Previous recipients of the Guardian of the Human Spirit Award include Lester and Sue Smith, Barbara and Gerald Hines, the Astros Foundation and H-E-B, among others.
Cynthia and Bucky Allshouse
Laura McWilliams and Barbara Vilutis
Brian Caress and Jessica Strehlow
Anne Chao, Stephanie Tsuru and Jane DiPaolo
Jeri and Marc Shapiro
Lynn Wyatt and Mady Kades
Richard Loewenstern and Kelly J. Zúñiga
Charles Hurwitz, Silvia Garcia and Frank Liu
Soner Tarim and Nancy Li-Tarim
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