Brotherhood/Sisterhood Citation Award
Do you know a community leader
who has made diversity and inclusion their life's work?
NCCJ is now accepting nominations for the 50th Annual Brotherhood/Sisterhood Award, honoring Piedmont Triad leaders who are committed to building just and inclusive communities.
Citation Award nominees should exemplify NCCJ's vision of fighting bias, bigotry and racism every day. They should strive to improve the quality of life and the state of human relations for everyone in our community. And they should care deeply about people and work to transform our community so the Piedmont Triad is a better place for all of us - not just some of us.
Last year we honored human relations champion and children's advocate, Margaret Arbuckle and business philanthrophist Robert "Bob" J. Brown.. Be sure to check out our complete list of Citation Award recipients, as well as our tips for a stronger nomination packet.
Click here to download a form to nominate a community leader for this pretigious honor. Nominations must be submitted by 5 p.m. on Friday, March 14. Please contact Ivan Canada with any questions. Thank you!
2016 Citation Award Documents:
- Nomination Form (MS Word Version)
- Nomination Form (PDF Version)
- Guidelines and Tips for Writing a Quality Citation Award Nomination