Anthony Anderson, Halle Berry, Issa Rae and many more were in the building.
The 49th NAACP Image Awards was a night to celebrate all of the amazing work people of color have done in 2017, but there were also moments to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. If you missed the show, check out rundown of the night’s best moments. 2017 According to Anthony Anderson […]
The 49th NAACP Image Awards were held Monday night in Los Angeles and it was an event filled with Black Excellence. Since the ceremony was held on the birthday of Dr. Reverend Martin Luther King Jr., the theme for the night was #RepresentTheDream. We must say, everyone involved did just that. https://twitter.com/tvonetv/status/953258328058155010 https://twitter.com/tvonetv/status/953092324153745408 The ladies of […]
The NAACP celebrated all of the amazing strides that people of color have made over the past year at the 48th Annual NAACP Image Awards. If you didn’t get a chance to tune in, check out our rundown of the evening’s top moments. Andra Day Pays Tribute to President Barack Obama! #ImageAwards pic.twitter.com/Q48I1Ft0au — TV […]
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2016 has kind of been Viola Davis' year.
As the time has come again for us to honor those whose work in the fields of television, music, literature, film and social justice shone so brightly via the 48th Annual NAACP Image Awards, we’d like to take a moment to express our gratitude for those who made a tough year so much easier to survive.
Roland Martin and NewsOne Now were on hand for the NAACP Image Awards red carpet event and caught up with Anthony Anderson, Michael B. Jordan, Ice Cube, Tracee Ellis Ross, Lee Daniels and more.
Our favorite stars were giving us all kinds of fierceness at this year's Image Awards. From punchy prints to menswear-inspired gowns, check out the latest trends on the red carpet.
Michael B. Jordan said 12 years prior to being "Entertainer Of The Year" at the NAACP Image Awards, he used to sneak into the ceremony.
The winners of the 2016 NAACP Image Awards subtly acknowledged #OscarsSoWhite in their acceptance speeches.
As he accepted the NAACP President's Award, artist and activist John Legend shared the importance of fighting for justice.