The Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Organization will present Harry and Meghan with a human rights award for combating “structural racism” within the Royal Family.
Renegade royals Harry and Meghan are to receive a human rights award for their efforts in causing havoc within the monarchy, with the pair being credited with combating “structural racism” within the institution.
The pair will receive the Ripple of Hope award alongside Bank of America tsar Brian Moynihan and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, according to an announcement on the official website of the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Organization.
In justifying the award, the organization’s president, Kerry Kennedy, stated that Meghan and Harry’s actions reflected her father, Robert F. Kennedy’s, belief in racial justice.
“They went to the oldest institution in UK history and told them what they were doing wrong, that they couldn’t have structural racism within the institution, that they couldn’t keep a misunderstanding about mental health,” Kennedy, the divorced wife of disgraced New York governor Andrew Cuomo, told El Confidencial.
“They knew that if they did this there would be consequences, that they would be ostracized, they would lose their family, their position within this structure, and that people would blame them for it,” she continued.
“They have done it anyway because they believed that they could not live with themselves if they did not question this authority. I think they have been heroic in taking this step.”
The announcement has been widely mocked online, with one former Margaret Thatcher aide calling it a “disgraceful attack” on the British monarchy.