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  • Human Rights Campaign to Honor Tim Cook

    Apple's CEO is getting another high honor from an organization that seeks to respect the sanctity of human life. The Human Rights Campaign announced this week that Tim Cook will be honored at the 19th annual Human Rights Campaign national dinner.

    The HRC event takes place tomorrow -- Saturday, October 3, 2015, in Washington, DC. The event is sold out and expected to draw some 3,000 guests at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.

    "Tim Cook is a visionary whose leadership of Apple has been nothing short of remarkable," said HRC President Chad Griffin. "His willingness to bravely and directly speak his truth has not only given hope to countless people around the world, it has saved lives. Through his example and Apple's commitment to equality, LGBT young people in particular can look to Tim Cook's incredible career and know that there is nothing holding them back. They can dream as big as their minds allow them to, even if they want to be the CEO of one of the world's largest companies. HRC is honored to welcome Tim to our National Dinner."

    Calling attention to his success in business and his humanitarian objectives weaved into Apple's global aims, the HRC says there's no one more deserving of recognition this year than Mr. Cook.

    Source: HRC
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