I am creating this award to honor WordPress bloggers who support Peace and Justice throughout the world and who are against Racism, Bigotry, Anger and Hatred. It is the for the Heroes and the Sheroes who believe in One World and All People of all Races, Sexes, Religions, Creeds and Cutlures Living in Harmony.
It is my hope that recipients of this award will feel proud to know their hard work for Peace and Justice has been recognized by their fellow bloggers.
I’m not big on rules, but an award should have some, so I’m told. So here are mine:
- Recipients should frequently write about Peace, Justice, Love — the goodness in the world, or putting goodness in the world.
- Recipients may also frequently call attention to the bigotry or racism that happens in the world.
- Link back to whomever nominated you and, since this is about goodness, politely thank them.
- Spread the love to whomever and however many you believe deserve it!
The very first nominees for the Peace and Justice Award are:
- Juiseppi B — he has an amazing blog that addresses racism, peace and justice and I admire his hard work every day.
- Professions for Peace — for the dedication they have shown in the last year promoting peace and peaceful activity in the world
- Crowing Crone Joss — she exemplifies a peaceful life led in peaceful harmony with mother earth and her fellow human beings
- DrRex — for her diligence in promoting harmony, peace and equality every day in her blog
- Sevilleestateflyer — she combines peace, love and justice and a deep respect for her fellow human beings every day in her blog.
- Inavukic — who works so hard every day to promote peace and justice in her corner of the world, Croatia, and it is an honor to call her my friend
- Petchary — who works herself to the bone helping the poor and disenfranchised in Jamaica
Now — go forth, spread peace and love and justice and use this Award to promote it.
One last thing — I designed this award for you all, but my sister did the work to put it all together (and posted it — she’s good at dictation, and I’m still sick).