Do you know an individual dedicated to peace, justice, and compassion for all people through community activism? A service leader committed to promoting Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s vision for civil rights and social change?
Nominations are due by October 30.
Please nominate them for a 2021 MLK Peace Award! (Nominations due October 30.) MSU Denver students, faculty/staff, and Denver community members are eligible for nomination, and awards are granted based on the following criteria: community activism, advocacy, and depth of involvement.
For 30 years, the campus community has come together in January to celebrate the life, legacy, and ideals of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at our annual Peace Breakfast. The highlight of the gathering is an awards ceremony that acknowledges and celebrates individuals who keep Dr. King’s spirit and dream alive through their contributions to peace, justice, diversity, equality, and social change.
In as many words as necessary, please describe the nominee’s commitment to promoting peace, justice, and compassion for all people through community involvement. The more detail you provide, the more we can understand how extraordinary the nominee is. In your own words, please address at least one of the three themes of the award Community Activism, Advocacy, and Equity & Inclusion. Your nomination must explain their involvement and what impact their work has had.