The Robert F. Kennedy Ripple of Hope Award tonight on Facebook will put up the proceedings of its 52nd annual award gala honoring 5 brave humanitarians for his or her steadfast pursuit of racial and financial equality, social justice and civil rights.
Held December 10, in honor of Human Rights Day, the gala honored Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the Nationwide Institute of Allergy and Infectious Ailments; Dolores Huerta, founder and president of the Dolores Huerta Basis and co-founder of United Farm Employees of America; Colin Kaepernick, human rights activist, co-founder of Know Your Rights Camp, and Tremendous Bowl quarterback; Dan Schulman, president and chief govt officer of PayPal; and Dan Springer, chief govt officer of DocuSign.
The ceremony is often an in-person occasion in New York. That is the primary time it was held nearly, insuring that as many individuals as doable might hear the laureates’ enduring message of hope.
The Robert F. Kennedy Ripple of Hope Award celebrates excellent leaders who’ve demonstrated a dedication to social change, recognizing people throughout authorities, enterprise, advocacy and leisure who’ve utilized their platform for the general public good.
At a time when the pursuit of equality and justice has grow to be political and riddled with adversity, Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights stands with its gala honorees, who set forth numerous ripples of hope, inspiring us to demand change.