Archivist Nomination Review 62M2Q; "Regal White Star"
Nomination Status: LIVE & Archived
Theme: Solidarity & Interracial Harmony
Nominator: Any person of Color to any Caucasian person they wish to respect or honor for not being a racist person. Automatically awarded to all those who have spoken up or marched for racial equality.
Special Note 1: It shouldn’t have to be said. True. But this is for all those who want to say what has never been said before.
Special Note 2: The final version of this Nomination will not have an “Effective Date” element and is in essence a tribute to past, present and future generations of people who exhibit such aspiring character & morals.
Writer: Lead Archivist, I
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Nomination Tags: #TakeAKnee, #StandAgainstRacism, #YouAre, #ThankYou, #PublicArchives
Nomination 62M2Q – Regal White Star Archivist Review:
Title Line: “My Caucasian Friend, Regal White Star”
Salutation Greeting: Sincere Genuflection
Element #9, Introduction: "My Caucasian Friend, I want you to know;"
Quote: “What lies before us and what lies behind us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” –Ralph Waldo Emerson
“My Caucasian Friend, you were cool from the start and cool to the end.”
“But instead, our spirits became like sisters and brothers.”
“And in your eyes and cries, “
“…we see truth, there are no divisive lies; “
Thank You Element: “Thanks For Being A Beautiful Person”
It’s been said and I’ve heard myself many times before that; “…this is a white man’s world”. If this statement is in fact true, then nomination 62M2Q has just become that much more meaningful & powerful. If this is not true, then we need to stop saying this and to acknowledge that this world belongs to all of us and that there are many people of all racial mixes that hold no grudges towards you or any skin color and that you are seen for exactly what you wish to project unto others.
Surprisingly still, in this day and age, there are so many opportunities (for a lack of a better word), that arise for people of all colors to stand up and unite against racism.
And when, not if, when that day happens, what will you do?
Parting Quote: “How wonderful to see the white brothers and sisters, all the different colors standing up out of a love for black people who are being victimized too often by a racist criminal justice system. It’s a beautiful thing to behold.” –Dr. Cornel West
-Lead Archivist, I