The cast of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever picked up the Culture Award over the weekend at the 2022 Ebony Power 100 Gala.
The annual celebration of African American achievement took place on Saturday, Oct. 29, at Milk Studios in Hollywood.
Among the other honorees, Emmy-nominated actress and producer Issa Rae received the People’s Choice Award, and Oscar-winning writer and director Spike Lee was presented with the Icon Award.
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The mothers of Breona Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery, Tamika Palmer and Wanda Cooper-Jones took home the Social Justice Award.
Target’s Senior Vice President of Marketing Maurice Cooper was represented with the Corporate Citizen Award, and the Black Business Award went to McKissack & McKissack — the oldest minority-owned architecture and construction company in the U.S.
The awards presented by Ebony magazine recognize outstanding leaders from business, sports, media, activism and music.
Comedian and actress Amber Ruffin hosted the night’s event.
Celebrity presenters and attendees included Janelle Monáe, Nia Long, Garcelle Beauvais, Jay Ellis, Quinta Brunson, Meagan Good, Shannon Thornton and Nico Annan, Amirah Vann, Jabari Banks, Henry Simmons, Lala Milan, Melody Thornton, Olly Sholotan, Linsey Davis, Skyh Alvester Black and KJ Smith, John Clarence Stewart, Roger Guenveur Smith, Tiffany Cross, Gia Peppers, Erica Campbell, Demetrius Flenory Jr., Da’Vinchi, Michole White, Malcolm Mays, and Lamon Archey.
More details on the Ebony Power 100 list can be found here.