During an unprecedented year disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic and social justice protests, the first-ever Salute THEM [Together Heroes Emerge Momentous] Awards will recognize women, men, and organizations who have “initiated global change” and will take place during the annual CBC Annual Legislative Conference Week.
Thanks to the support of longstanding partners Toyota and AARP, the Salute THEM Awards is an extension of 10-year-old Café Mocha’s Salute Her Awards Tour. The event will kick off with Patcasso (fusion of art and entertainment) reception and virtual Awards featuring performances from Tamela Mann, Anthony Hamilton and phenomenal newcomer Jac Ross. Hosted by Emmy-winner Loni Love, the awards will stream ‘live’ Saturday, September 12th at 7pm ET via SaluteTHEMAwards.com and following across all the network’s social media platforms @cafemocharadio.
About the Salute Her AwardsTM:
Café Mocha launched its annual Salute Her Awards events in 2011, with a mission to recognize dynamic women who have made contributions in their communities and breaking down barriers. Since its inception eight years ago past honorees include activist Sybrina Fulton, broadcast personality Wendy Williams and Iyanla Vanzant, “Empire” actress Ta’Rhonda Jones, CNN correspondent Fredricka Whitfield, renowned White House journalist and author April Ryan and legendary actress Pam Grier, actress/humanitarian Sheryl Lee Ralph, Cynthia Bailey, Kim Fields, Malinda Williams, Terri J. Vaughn and Vy Higginsen, singers Gloria Gaynor, Stephanie Mills, Fantasia Barrino Taylor, Syleena Johnson, and Tamela Mann, journalists Fredricka Whitfield, Constance White, Luvvie Ajayi, Lola Ogunnaike, Jamie Foster Brown, radio Gracie Award broadcaster Shirley Strawberry, fashion designer Barbara Bates, Dr. Bernice King, Deanna Brown Thomas, Ricki Fairley, Annette Nance-Holt, NBA mom Wanda Durant, Michi Marshall, and Ilyasah Shabazz to name few.
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