"The entry deadline for this program is this Friday, November 13. There is a late deadline of Friday, November 20."
PR News' inaugural Diversity Heroes Awards program will honor the most influential communicators and organizations that are making diversity matter in the workplace and as a whole.
PR News launched this program in 2015 after receiving feedback from awards entrants and the industry that there was a need for a program focused solely on diversity initiatives.
The entry deadline for this program is this Friday, November 13. There is a late deadline of Friday, November 20.
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PR News’ Diversity Heroes Awards will recognize individual PR professionals, agencies, brands, government agencies, academic institutions, professional associations and nonprofit organizations that have demonstrated a commitment to diversity and excelled at communicating their diversity achievements.
To submit a nomination for PR News' Diversity Heroes Awards, please visit http://www.prnewsonline.com/Diversity-Heroes-Awards2015.
The deadline to submit nominations is November 13, 2015, with a final deadline of November 20, 2015.
PR News will celebrate the winners at a special event in April 2016 and in editorial coverage in print and online.
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The original rainbow flag, called the Freedom Flag, was devised by Gilbert Baker in 1978. The design has undergone several revisions since its debut with 8 colored stripes, and today the most common variant consists of 6 stripes: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and violet.
Picture of Gilbert Baker's original Freedom Flag showing the meaning of the 8 colors.