Cathedral City Councilmember Greg Pettis Represented the City at the “Hike for Human Rights”
Last Friday, Cathedral Councilmember Greg Pettis and City Manager Charlie McClendon participated in the “Southern California Richard M. Milanovich Hike for Human Rights.”
The event raises money and awareness for the right for all human beings to own and sell property, equal treatment under the law, due process under the law, freedom from slavery, torture or bullying, freedom from arbitrary detainment or exile, the right to participate in government, freedom from interference and coercion in matters of conscience, and equal entitlement to human rights without discrimination.
Proceeds of the event benefited the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and the Human Rights Campaign Fund.
Near the end of the event, a sculpture honoring Richard M. Milanovich was unveiled. The metal sculpture was created and donated by the Palm Springs High School’s welding class.