The tradition of Photo Friday is to feature photos from Washington, DC, this week I’m allowing a California photo. It’s from the Henry J. Kaiser Memorial Park, in the shadow of downtown Oakland. I discovered it on a virtual walking meeting, even though it was unveiled close to 4 years ago. Score another point for #activetransportation.
It was a great find, in this second week of #KPLantern , to be inspired by the words of our iconic founders:
“The concept of medical care as a right is an excellent principle that both the public and the medical world have now accepted”- Sidney R. Garfield, MD, 1906-1984, Founding Physician, Kaiser Permanente
The Remember Them: Champions for Humanity Monument stands proudly in the new Henry J. Kaiser Memorial Park, in downtown Oakland California. The completion and unveiling ceremony was held held May 31st, 2013 at 3 p.m.. This inspiring larger than life bronze sculpture depicts 25 culturally diverse role models who have made significant contributions toward global peace, freedom and human rights over the past 150 years. See a list of the 25 humanitarians honored on Remember Them here: www.remember-them.org/monument-facts.html
Rest of my photos below, enjoy