Invited Honorees Include: H.E.R., Janelle Monet, Jazmine Sullivan, SZA, Fantasia, Saweetie, Ciara, Meg thee Stallion, and many more!
Las Vegas, NV (MARCH 23RD, 2022) – On Friday, April 1st, Black Women in Media (BWIM) will host a Pre Grammys celebration honoring Black women in entertainment and music. The celebration is presented by TV ONE and hosted by Selena Hill, Deputy Digital Editor at Black Enterprise. The private event will be held at a historic venue in Las Vegas, Nevada during the weekend of The 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards. Confirmed honorees include: Grammy nominees Spice and Jekalyn Carr, as well as Kelly Price, and Yolanda Adams- more to follow. The red carpet celebration includes a star studded awards ceremony with live entertainment.
The event itinerary goes as follows: 11am until 12pm Red Carpet + Press Reception | 12pm until 1pm Awards Ceremony | 1pm until 4pm Celebration.
Past honorees include: award winning Rapper + Actress MC Lyte, award winning Actress Sheryl Lee Ralph, award winning Actress + Singer Deborah Cox, Emmy Award winning Journalist Tamron Hall, Comedian + Television Host Amber Ruffin, and more.
“Black women have made immense contributions to the entertainment industry. With BWIM, we have created a platform that uplifts and empowers Black women in these spaces.” — Founder + CEO, Judith Jacques-Laguerre. BWIM aims to bridge the gap between Black women pioneers and future leaders, to ensure our seat at the table.
The highly anticipated experience is powered by TV One, Live Nation, and Reel Mood. Honoree submissions and Partnerships are still available.
BWIM Pre-GRAMMYS event registration is now open Here. For media credentials, please apply Here.
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