Although Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may not use social media these days, they have been quite active on their Archewell site as of late.
Just a couple days back, the pair posted a powerful message to show their support for the people of Ukraine as the country experiences invasions from Russian troops. And now, we have another new message that details an award that has been founded by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Earlier this week, we learned that the couple is being recognized at the NAACP Image Awards with the prestigious President's Award for the way in which they have “heeded the call to social justice and have joined the struggle for equity both in the U.S. and around the world.”
But not only that—we also discovered that the pair would be presenting their own award, which was explained in further detail thanks to a post on their Archewell site. Along with a headline that read, “Archewell & NAACP Pursue a New Era for Digital Civil Rights,” the post said, “The NAACP Empowerment Programs and Archewell Foundation are introducing the NAACP-Archewell Digital Civil Rights Award. This award acknowledges and supports a new generation of leaders that are creating transformational change at the intersection of social justice and technology—working to advance civil and human rights.”