To Nominate An Honoree
SEND YOUR NOMINATION WITH THE INFORMATION BELOW TO:
Your nomination must include the following to be considered:
1. Your name and contact information. Be sure to include your zip code.
2. The nominee's name and contact info.
3. Your relationship to the nominee.
4. A brief biography of the nominee. For example, place of birth, education, work, family etc. if known, or
other background information that helps paint a picture of who the person is.
5. What they have done to promote peace and justice and why you feel they should be recognized for their work.
* No.5 should be no longer than one page.
THE PROCESS OF SELECTING HONOREES:
A. Who can nominate an honoree: You must be a Sonoma County Resident to make a nomination. Y0u cannot nominate yourself.
B. Who can be nominated: Anyone you feel has demonstrated a commitment to peace and justice through nonviolent action and peaceful resolution of conflict. No person who advocates for violent action or change will be considered.
They may be living or deceased, a local, national or international person. At least one person per year must be
a Sonoma County Resident and / or a not well known figure who has worked without public recognition for peace and justice.
C. Nominations must be received by February 15 to be considered for that year's September induction.
* Nominees that were not chosen for a particular year will remain in the pool and remain eligible for up to six years . It is our intention that as many deserving people as possible will eventually be honored.
SELECTION CRITERIA / CONSIDERATIONS
A. Length of time involved in peace / justice activism
B. Experience in organizing peace and justice activities, such as events, marches, letter writing etc.
C. Leadership experience
D. Behind the scenes activities, such as phone calls, e mails, mailings, graphic design etc.
E. Articles, books, poems written
F. Involvement in special projects which promote peace and justice
G. Involvement in non-violent resolution of conflicts
H. Have demonstrated a commitment to non-violent approaches in their communications and actions in the
spirit of Martin Luther King Jr. and Mahatma Gandhi, who strove to treat even their fiercest adversaries with
respect. In other words, keeping the rhetoric non-violent too.
I. General recognition by the peace and justice community to be deserving.