The Black Music and Entertainment Walk of Fame is both a national and international. The BMEWOF honored iconic individuals and organizations that have impacted Black culture and community alongside those who continue to lead us into the future.
Many notable celebrities and trailblazers where in attendance:
Dr. Bobby Jones, Danny Glover, Ambassador Andrew Young, Catherine Brewton, Wardell Malloy, Will Packer, Yolanda Adams, Kirk Franklin, Dallas Austin, Vashawn Mitchell, Mayor Andre Dickins, Representative Park Cannon, Isaac Carree and more.
About The Inductees
Ambassador Andrew Young is known as a leader in the Civil Rights movement, he has built a remarkable legacy as a civic activist, elected official, groundbreaking ambassador, social entrepreneur, and adviser to presidents. Today, he leads the Andrew J. Young Foundation’s efforts to develop and support new generations of visionary leaders who will create sustainable global approaches to economic development, poverty alleviation, and the challenge of hunger.
Danny Glover is an award-winning actor, producer, and humanitarian, with a performance career that spans more than 30 years. Glover has served as a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Development Program, focusing on issues of poverty, disease and economic development in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean. He currently serves as UNICEF Ambassador.
Dr. Bobby Jones is an acclaimed singer who has released 14 albums, toured internationally and won many honors, including Stellar Awards, Dove Awards, and a Grammy Award. He is often credited with giving gospel music its first national stage. Started in 1980, Bobby Jones Gospel is the longest continuously running show on cable and a Sunday morning staple of Black Entertainment Television.
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