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NAACP Image Awards 2022 Winners List: First Of Five Ceremonies Leading To Big Night

The NAACP has begun handing out its 53rd annual Image Awards, which is able to roll out over six consecutive nights starting up tonight.

Winners in non-televised award categories will likely be announced starting up at 5 p.m. PT every night this week on naacpimageawards.earn and the NAACP Image Awards YouTube channel, leading as much as the televised ceremony on Saturday, February 26. The virtual reveals will likely be hosted by actor-humorous Affion Crockett, with Shaded-ish star Anthony Anderson emceeing essentially the critical tournament, which BET will air are living at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET.

Dilapidated ESPN personality Jamele Hill is the first double winner at this one year’s Image Awards, scoring twice for her podcast Jemele Hill Is Unbothered. Masses of colossal-name winners announced Monday night encompass Will Smith, Stacey Abrams, Cicely Tyson, Sherri Shepherd and Tabitha Brown. Watch the list of winners revealed to this level beneath and the nightly list of categories right here.

This one year’s Roy Wilkins Civil Rights Award will likely be presented to contributors of the Mexican American Legislative Caucus, Texas Rental Democratic Caucus and Texas Legislative Shaded Caucus. Samuel L. Jackson previously became once revealed as recipient of the NAACP Chairman’s Award, and Nikole Hannah-Jones — the Pulitzer Prize-successful creator of the 1619 Mission — will ranking the Social Justice Impact Award.

The Activist of the Year award will likely be presented to Scot X. Esdaile, president of the Connecticut Explain Conference of NAACP Branches and a member of the NAACP National Board of Directors, and Early life Activist of the Year will likely be presented to Channing Hill, NAACP Chapter President of Howard College.

Listed below are the winners of the 53rd annual NAACP Image Awards announced to this level:

Excellent Literary Work – Fiction


“Lengthy Division” – Kiese Laymon

Excellent Literary Work – Non-Fiction


“The 1619 Mission: A Original Origin Myth” – Nikole Hannah-Jones

Excellent Literary Work – Debut Author


“Criminal As I Am” – Cicely Tyson

Excellent Literary Work – Biography/ Autobiography


“Will”- Will Smith

Excellent Literary Work – Educational


“Feeding the Soul (On narrative of It’s My Industry)” – Tabitha Brown

Excellent Literary Work – Poetry


“Supreme Shaded”- Crystal Wilkinson

Excellent Literary Work – Younger participants


“Stacey’s Extra special Words” – Stacey Abrams Kitt Thomas

Excellent Literary Work – Early life/Teenagers


“Ace of Spades”- Faridah Àbíké-Íyímídé

Excellent Podcast – News and Recordsdata


“Blindspot: Tulsa Burning”

Excellent Podcast – Arts and Entertainment


“Jemele Hill is Unbothered”

Excellent Podcast – Society and Tradition


“Jemele Hill is Unbothered”

Excellent Podcast – Every day life / Self-Back


“Two Droll Mamas” – Sherri Shepherd & Kym

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