My Top 5 NAACP IMAGE AWARDS 50 Moments | #DreamInBlack Tuesday 02 April, 2019

It’s so exciting to watch award shows and root for your favorite celeb and influencer nominees for awards show. Its  amazing that the NAACP Images Awards have been around for half a century as we witnessed the 2019 50th Image Awards! So many amazing moments and I would love to recap some of my favorites of the night!

The NAACP Fashion


I love award shows, but I have to say the NAACP Awards is one of the classiest when it comes to honoring black people and boy did everyone show out. From the adults to the kids, everyone shine this night. These are a few of my favorite looks!

The Many Black Panther Wins

The cast of “Black Panther,” pose in the press room with the award for outstanding motion picture at the 50th annual NAACP Image Awards on Saturday, March 30, 2019, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP)

“Black Panther” was awarded best motion picture. The Marvel blockbuster hit beat out “BlacKkKlansman,” ″Crazy Rich Asians,” ″If Beale Street Could Talk” and “The Hate U Give.”

The superhero film was a cultural phenomenon, earning $700 million domestically during its theatrical run.

“Black Panther” won in several other categories, including best actor in a motion picture (Boseman), supporting actor (Michael B. Jordan) and directing (Coogler).

Blackish Wins

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA – MARCH 30: Cast and crew of “Black-ish” accept the Outstanding Comedy Series award onstage at the 50th NAACP Image Awards at Dolby Theatre on March 30, 2019 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Earl Gibson III/Getty Images for NAACP)

So clearly had a lot of wins all night! It was a plethora of wins for the entire cast, and many of the cast members indivisually. This is one of my favorite show so I was proud of each win. Check out each category black-ish and the cast won in different categories!

Outstanding Comedy Series
black-ish (ABC) — WINNER

Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series
Anthony Anderson, black-ish — WINNER

Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series
Tracee Ellis Ross, black-ish — WINNER

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Marcus Scribner, black-ish — WINNER

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Marsai Martin, black-ish — WINNER

Outstanding Performance by a Youth (Series, Special, Television Movie or Limited-Series)
Marsai Martin, black-ish — WINNER

King & Queen of NAACP

So the shocker of the night was seeing Beyonce and Jay-Z in attendance. With both of their hectic schedule viewers and even guest of the NAACP Image Awards everyone was gracious to see their presence.

Beyonce Wins Entertainer of the Year at NAACP Awards

After Beyonce accepted the award Saturday night, the superstar paid homage to the people who were nominated in the same category as her. She beat out Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James, Regina King, Chadwick Boseman and director Ryan Coogler.

Regina King, I love you so much. You taught us patience, persistence and how to be masterful in your craft,” she said. “Chadwick Boseman is teaching children to dream and to be seen as kings. LeBron James has taught us the strength of all forms, leading by example and providing education to our kids. Ryan Coogler tells our stories in a way that celebrates our history and proves we do have power.

Beyonce added: “I’m honored to be included among all of you, and to be a part of a vital and thriving community. Thank you to the NAACP.

AT&T Wireless and TV One celebrate black excellence by inviting everyone to participate in its Dream in Black campaign last month and continue for the NAACP 50th Image Awards. The Dream In Black influencers immerse themselves in the mindset that success can look like anything they dream. Celebrities like Queen Latifah, Vic Mensa, Keke Palmer and Devon Franklin all say the key to success is to live without restrictions and see past all boundaries.

Nominees with a Dream In Black connection

● @IamQueenLatifah – Dream In Black Future Maker 2019 Honoree

● @LenaWaithe – Dream In Black Future Maker 2019 Honoree (NAACP presenter)

● @VanJones68 – Dream In Black Future Maker 2019 Honoree (NAACP presenter)

● @OmariHardwick – Dream In Black Future Maker 2019 Honoree

● @NowThatsMAJOR – Dream In Black featured artist at the Sundance Film Festival 2019

There was also a wonderful engaging twitter party with the #DreamInBlack #ImageAwards50 hashtag to have a convo with fellow influencers. We fuel a national conversation around Black excellence and celebrate those with the courage to #DreamInBlack for the now with twitter questions such as Are you living your DREAM life right now? If so, please share! If not, what are you doing to get there? How will you push yourself to #DreamInBlack when it comes to reaching your goals? Who do you want to see honored s the next Dream in Black honoree?

You can follow this amazing Dream in Black initative with AT&T online follow hashtag #DreamInBlack or go to for more information


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