Val Joshua Award
Val Joshua Racial Justice Awards
Congratulations to our winning recipients!
: Felisciana Peralta
The Val Joshua Award was originally given to Val Joshua in recognition of her life-long commitment and work toward the elimination of racism in 1989. The awards are presented annually to individuals, groups, businesses, or organizations who have demonstrated leadership in working toward eliminating racism and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all people.
Recognition and Celebration
Once a year, a community-wide awards celebration is held to honor all award recipients. This is a time when family, friends, and community leaders can celebrate the accomplishments of the recipients.
Nomination Information (Closed)
Any adult or youth who is practicing racial justice and social justice in Clark County.
Val Joshua Racial Justice Award - (18 years or older)
Youth Social Justice Award - (14 to 20 years)
Award Recipients Will Have:
How do you nominate yourself or someone else for these awards?
Anyone may nominate an adult for The Val Joshua Racial Justice Award or a youth for the Youth Social Justice Award. Nominate yourself or another by completing and submitting the Nomination Packet.