BMA Committee has announced that they will be organizing Black Men Achieve Awards to honor the achievement of African American Males. The ceremony of BMA Awards (Black Men Achieve Awards) will take place on Thursday, February 23rd 2017 at 6 PM. The venue for this inspiring event is scheduled to be at City Hall Rotunda, 200 East at the Wells Street, Milwaukee.
Fred Royal, the NAACP President will be the keynote speaker on this occasion and online registration for the event is now open and due to the limited space, participants are encouraged to get registered as soon as they can. The ceremony will be dedicated in Honor of the Late Eric Von and several great speakers will be there to inspire the attendance. The event M.C: Supervisor Sequanna Taylor & State President at FFPW Mahlon Mitchell.
“The BMA Awards, which stands for Black Men Achieve, is a great opportunity to highlight the esteem leaders that are not only creating change, but they are leading it.” Said a representative of the BMA Committee. “On February 23rd, 2017 we will take the time to reflect on the achievements, contributions, struggles and progress of African Americans Males in our community.” The rep. added. According to the committee, it is imperative to devote time, energy and resources to salute what sometimes seems to be left in the shadows.
BMA Award ceremony is being organized to celebrate and honor the local leaders and their contributions. African Americans Males have played a significant role in not only shaping the past but the new generation will be vital to shape the future. This ceremony will be celebrating 20 African American Males at the City Hall in Milwaukee and will be commemorating their services tangibly. This will not only inspire the young black men and teenagers attending the event but will have an impact on the African Americans nationwide.
The list of twenty Honorees who will receive this award includes Dr. Lester Carter, Andre Lee Ellis, Kwabena Nixon, Muhibb Dryer, Kalan Haywood II, Joshua Johnson, Victor Barnett, William Muhammad, Jutiki Jackson, Clayborn Benson III, Albert Holmes , John Daniels III, Ajamou Butler, Khalil Coleman, Supreme Moore Omokunde , Jason Fields, Ashanti Hamilton, Tracey Dent, Jamaal E. Smith, & Montreal Cain.Did you like this story? Subscribe to NNS today.