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TV One Announces Inaugural Television Broadcast of the 2015 Triumph Awards

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Triumph Awards host Tichina Arnold, NAN founder Rev. Al Sharpton, Triumph Awards honoree Tyrese Gibson and show performer Estelle attend the taping of the 2015 Triumph Awards in Atlanta at 200 Peachtree
Triumph Awards host Tichina Arnold, NAN founder Rev. Al Sharpton, Triumph Awards honoree Tyrese Gibson and show performer Estelle attend the taping of the 2015 Triumph Awards in Atlanta at 200 Peachtree

TV One announced the inaugural television broadcast of The 2015 Triumph Awards presented by Reverend Al Sharpton and National Action Network (NAN) will air on Saturday, October 3 at 8PM/ET. Filmed in Atlanta, GA and hosted by Tichina Arnold, this esteemed ceremony recognizes the triumphant impact this year’s honorees have made on our society.

Recording artist and philanthropist Tyrese Gibson was presented the Entertainer of the Year honor by Martin Luther King III and received a special message from friend and fellow entertainer Ludacris. With a body of work as a civil rights leader, activist and minister spanning over eight decades, Rev. Dr. Joseph Echols Lowery received the Chairman’s Award for Historic & Transformative Service from NAN’s Dr. W. Franklyn Richardson and Rev. Al Sharpton. Emmy® winning comedienne, actress and producer Wanda Sykes received the Activism in the Arts honor for her years of service to youth homelessness and engagement within the LGBT community. Chief Diversity Officer and Global Director of Education and External Relations for Intel, Rosalind Hudnell was presented the honor of Corporate Executive of the Year in support of her distinguished leadership within the corporate sector. The night’s final honor, the President’s Award for Service and Humanitarian Efforts, was presented to John Legend for his work as a vocal champion for social justice who gave the audience a special treat during his acceptance speech by singing “Wake Up Everybody” before turning it over to Tichina Arnold to close the show.

This star-studded event included appearances by presenters Afemo Omilami, Carl Payne, Danielle Nicolet, Darrin Henson, Donnie Simpson, Nicole Beharie, Soledad O’Brien, Syleena Johnson, Richard Lawson, Patrik-Ian Polk and Terri J. Vaughn. Legendary hip-hop artist Chubb Rock served as announcer during the show.

Musical performances throughout the show presented a positive, uplifting score for an evening of excellence.

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