Holobaugh Honors Nomination Form 2017
Thursday November 9, 2017
Nomination Deadline: October 23, 2017

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The annual Holobaugh Honors ceremony recognizes Washington University students, staff, and faculty, and St. Louis community members who live and lead authentically and perform direct advocacy and service to LGBTQIA* communities. Holobaugh Honors celebrates many forms of LGBTQIA* leadership, including artistic expression, trailblazing activism, academic exploration, dedication to education, demonstrated commitment to intersectionality, relationship- and bridge-building, and emerging leadership.

Any member or organization of the Washington University community and/or Saint Louis community, past or current, is eligible to receive the award. This includes undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty, staff, alumni/ae, retirees, friends of the University, and community members. Self-nominations are also permitted. To nominate an individual for multiple awards, please submit this form once for each award.

Holobaugh Honors is comprised of seven awards that celebrate different types of contributions to LGBTQIA* leadership:

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Gloria Anzaldúa Advocacy at Intersections Award
This award recognizes an individual who shows great commitment to advocating at intersections of LGBTQIA* identities, as well as illuminating and supporting the diversity of individuals within LGBTQIA* communities.

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Audre Lorde Academic Exploration Award
This award recognizes an individual committed to using their academic work for the empowerment of LGBTQIA* communities and individuals. This award particularly seeks to honor individuals who exemplify leadership through self, bringing themselves into their academics and using academics as a space for personal exploration and community development.

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Frida Kahlo Creative Arts Award
This award recognizes an individual who uses creative art to explore LGBTQIA* identities, issues, and experiences. This award particularly seeks to honor individuals who exemplify leadership through self, bringing themselves into their artwork and using the arts as a space for personal exploration and community development.

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Bayard Rustin Bridge Builder Award
This award recognizes an individual who helps forge connections and build authentic spaces within LGBTQIA* communities through a people-centered approach. Such work may occur through individual or group collaboration as well as various forms of organizing and engaging within our communities.

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Sylvia Rivera & Marsha P. Johnson Activism Award
This award recognizes an individual who takes action in the face of injustice and stands up for their ideals. The award seeks to honor the trailblazing work from which future positive change may be made.

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Compton’s Cafeteria Emerging Leader Award
This award recognizes an individual, particularly a first- or second-year student, whose leadership and advocacy for LGBTQIA* communities shows great promises for future developments.

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James Baldwin Committed Educator Award
This award recognizes an individual who has shown great commitment to raising awareness of various LGBTQIA* issues and educating community members for the benefit of all.

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