Inaugurated by JEROME TEELUCKSINGH, PH.D., the Founder of International Men’s Day, the International Men’s Day L.T. HENRY Award acknowledges individuals, institutions, and organizations who help to improve the manner in which our global village addresses the key challenges (e.g., poverty, ethnic and religious intolerance, homelessness, hunger, Fatherlessness, Mass Incarceration, recidivism, education, physical and mental health, violence, and real-life options) that prevent Men and Boys from reaching their full potential and empowering the communities in which they live and work.
The award is named after the late MR. L.T. HENRY, the architect of IN SEARCH OF FATHERHOOD® which facilitates a Global Dialogue on Fatherhood and Men’s Issues and the mentor of United States International Men’s Day Coordinator Diane A. Sears. MR. HENRY envisioned a world in which Men throughout our global village would transcend the boundaries of religion, language, ethnicity, politics, class, economics, and culture to collaboratively address the myriad of unique issues which are directly and indirectly related to raising children from a male perspective. The USA International Men’s Day Team is seeking nominations of individuals, institutions, and organizations as candidates for the International Men’s Day L.T. HENRY Award.
The United States International Men’s Day Team extends its congratulations to the following recipients of the 2018 International Men’s Day L.T. HENRY Award:
Restorative Justice Award – Certificate of Recognition
Honorable Uncle Alfred Smallwood
Elder – Birriguba Nation
Men’s Studies Award – Certificate of Recognition
Criminal Justice Award – Certificate of Recognition
Abdullah al Nasser
Arts and Culture Award – Certificate of Recognition
Dr. Olaseni Matthew Gansallo
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
Public Policy Award – Certificate of Recognition
Global Citizen Award – Certificate of Recognition
Jerome Teelucksingh, Ph.D.
Transcending Boundaries Award – Certificate of Recognition
Alvin F. Poussaint, M.D.
Communications Award – Certificate of Recognition
Healing And Repatriation Award – Certificate of Recognition
Men’s Health Award – Certificate of Recognition
Glenville Ashby, Ph.D.
Economic Sustainability Award – Certificate of Recognition
Honorable Minister Alif Allah
Education Award – Certificate of Recognition
David P. Hardy
Fatherhood Award – Certificate of Recognition
Humanitarian Award – Certificate of Recognition
House of Umoja, Inc.
Mentorship Award – Certificate of Recognition
S. Archye Leacock
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