"The ICDHR Scholarship Drive - Helping Students"
The Illinois Commission on Diversity and Human Relations (ICDHR) received more than 300 applications for Dr. King scholarship opportunities for the school year beginning September 1, 2014.
P.O. Box 707  Bolingbrook, IL 60440
Phone: 630-771-1707   Fax: 630-771-1708
Email: info@icdhr.org
Please download our ICDHR scholarship flyer or our ICDHR scholarship application for additional details. Apply today at the University of Illinois on one of its campus websites: www.uic.edu (Chicago), www.illinois.edu (Urbana), or www.uis.edu (Springfield.)
The ICDHR would like to recognize Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Scholarship Applicant, Sabrina Kwan, a graduate of Whitney M. Young Magnet High School as the highest scoring scholarship applicant (read more).
"Scholarships Available!"
The University of Illinois will match dollar-for-dollar, scholarships available by the ICDHR to deserving and qualified high school seniors attending the University of Illinois.
The ICDHR "Letter of Hope" and Tribute To Rev. Clyde H. Brooks, "A Man For All Seasons" at the 47th Annual Martin Luther King Jr., Remembrance and Celebration
Former U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Manny Barbosa will be the 2015 Northwest Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Remembrance Honoree
(view info)
47th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Remembrance and Celebration at the Chicago Hilton and Towers Hotel (Saturday, January 17, 2015)
The ICDHR and corporate leaders will celebrate the 86th birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., by honoring leading men and women who are making a difference in diversity across the country. We will also celebrate the 50th anniversary of Rev. Clyde H. Brooks, and meet the 2014-2015 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Recipients (read more / download flyer).
Motorola Solutions Continues to Elevate STEM
The ICDHR would like to thank Greg Brown (Chief Executive Officer, Motorola Solutions, Inc.) and Toni L. Carter (Human Resources Consultant, Talent and Culture COE, Motorola Solutions, Inc.) for their efforts in providing academic scholarships for students entering STEM studies (read more).
Delegation Led by Rev. Brooks Tours 9/11
Memorial in New York City
For 50 years Rev. Clyde H. Brooks has dedicated himself to promoting ideas related to civil rights and diversity advocated by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The ICDHR Board of Directors honors his accomplishments on January 17, 2015
(read more / view "Letter of Hope").
The ICDHR would like to recognize the life and legacy of former South African President Nelson Mandela's "Long Road to Freedom." Mr. Mandela transitioned from this life on December 5, 2013 at the age of ninety-five years of age (view more).
Reverend Clyde H. Brooks lead thirty dynamic leaders from the Midwest Region of the U.S. traveled to the Middle East to promote peace, diversity and religous tolerance (view more).
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois (BCBSIL) Joins ICDHR in Elevating Health Care Careers
See how the Illinois Commission on Diversity and Human Relations (ICDHR) and BCBSIL partnership helps provide scholarships to students seeking health care careers (read more).
ICDHR Recognizes the Life and Legacy of Nelson Mandela in Tribute "Long Road to Freedom"
President Obama joined thousands of others in celebrating the 50th anniversary of Reverend Brooks in the Civil Rights Movement. Reverend Brooks was honored by government, civic and business leaders at the 47th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Remembrance and Celebration in Chicago Illinois
(read more / view PDF recognition document).
President Obama Salutes Reverend Clyde H. Brooks on His 50th Anniversary
ICDHR Chairman Reverend Clyde H. Brooks joined a number of Chicago Area Pastors at the 9/11 Memorial in lower Manhattan to pray and remember the more than three thousand innocent victims who perished on September 11th (view more).
Commission Leads Community Heads to Middle East
14th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Remembrance and Celebration Northwest at the Marriott Hotel
(Thursday, January 15, 2015)
Dignitaries at the 47th Annual Celebration include Bruce Rauner (Governor-Elect, left) and Rev. Corey B. Brooks Sr. (Honoree, right)