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Nominate a Colleague for a CEA Human and Civil Rights Award

Do you know an educator who has demonstrated exceptional commitment to multiculturalism, equal opportunities, LGBTQ support and awareness, conflict resolution, or other social issues pertinent to students and public education?

Nominate yourself or a colleague for one of nine CEA Human and Civil Rights Awards. Now easier than ever, nominations can be made online.

The deadline for nominations is February 1, 2020.

Categories include:

  • Susan B. Anthony—Prudence Crandall Equality Award
  • Mahatma Gandhi—Martin Luther King Jr. Peace Award
  • Katherine Dunham Award
  • Helen Keller—Anne Sullivan Memorial Award
  • John Rogers Memorial Award
  • CEA Award for Leadership in Hispanic Educational and Community Relationships
  • CEA Humanitarian Award for Leadership in Recent Immigrant Educational and Community Relationships
  • Harvey Milk—Sylvia Rivera Award for Challenging Discrimination Related to Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation
  • CEA Presidential Award—Henry Barnard Memorial Award

Click here for guidelines, award criteria, and online nomination forms. 

Nominate Your Colleagues Before March 1

HCR Awards BookletYou have until March 1 to nominate your colleagues for a CEA Human and Civil Rights (HCR) Award.  View the full Policies & Procedures for Nominations and Selections and Nomination Form.

Not sure what to include in your nomination materials?  To see a model HCR Award nomination packet, click here.

Awards will be presented at CEA’s Summer Leadership Conference on the evening of August 2, 2010.

The 2009-2010 HCR Awards are:

  • Susan B. Anthony Award for Creative Leadership in Women’s Rights
  • Mahatma Gandhi – Martin Luther King, Jr. Peace Award
  • Prudence Crandall Memorial Award
  • Katherine Dunham Award
  • Helen Keller – Anne Sullivan Memorial Award
  • John Rogers Memorial Award
  • CEA Award for Leadership in Hispanic Educational and Community Relations
  • CEA Humanitarian Award for Leadership in Recent Immigrant Educational and Community Relationships
  • CEA Presidential Award – Henry Barnard Memorial Award