James R. Brittain Award
for Community Service
Nominations are open through November 14th. Nomination Form
The James R. Brittain Award for Community Service is presented annually by the Chapel Hill-Carrboro NAACP to an individual who has made significant contributions to the struggle for Civil Rights and Social Justice in our community.
Criteria for Selection
The nominee must demonstrate, through their work, that they embody the objectives of the NAACP, which include:
To ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of all citizens
To work to achieve equality of rights and work to eliminate race prejudice in the community
The nominee embodies the values of the organization and promotes social, racial, and political justice.
The nominee is someone who is civically engaged in the community and has demonstrated actions that are exemplary.
Greg Mc Elveen
Tye & Wanda Hunter
Dr. Rodney Coleman
Nominations must be submitted by November 14, 2020. Persons are nominated using this form.
Letters of recommendation by two members in good standing of the organization, must sponsor the nominee and accompany the nomination form.
The Awards Committee reviews the forms for completion only, not content. The Executive Committee votes on the nominees. The Award is presented at the Freedom Fund Banquet.