It was a landmark day for social justice and equality on Saturday, as Ms. Brown M&M was awarded the Nobel Super-Awesome Person Of The Year in Oslo, Norway. Lauded worldwide for her social activism, Ms. Brown is widely recognized for her relentless commitment to the fight for equality, and being a champion for women of color.
When announcing the recipient of the prestigious prize, chairman of the Norwegian Nobel Committee, Berit Reiss-Andersen, made the following statement:
All eyes were on Ms. Brown as she took the stage to accept her prize, where she was brown-ier and woman-ier than ever. After expressing her gratitude for the support of her family and friends, she delivered a passionate speech promoting inclusivity and civil rights before skipping off stage to an eruption of applause:
As the ceremony concluded, the internet was flooded with reactions to Ms. Brown’s massive achievement. Among those praising the M&M for her recognition was none other than Joaquin Phoenix, who himself was awarded both the Oscar and Golden Globe this year for best actor:
Not all reactions to the announcement were positive, however; shortly after the ceremony, conservative radio host and Medal of Freedom award winner, Rush Limbaugh, appeared on Fox News expressing his disappointment with the Nobel Committee for their choice:
Despite the opposing reaction to her win, Ms. Brown is, and will remain, the 2020 Nobel Super-Awesome Person of the Year. When asked how she plans to celebrate her magnificent achievement, she told reporters that she will spend her time quietly with her life-partner, Ms. Green M&M, and their adopted child Mini Yellow M&M, whom they rescued from being put to death by ingestion in China - simply for being delicious.
Her selflessness knows no bounds, and, for years to come, her impact will resonate through the fabric of history. On a cold Saturday evening, Ms. Brown M&M proved to the world that she was unquestionably Super-Awesome.