The 2nd Annual “Men in Black” Honors Awards took Atlanta by storm. The Charity Honors Awards event which benefits the Hosea Feed the Hungry campaign, annually recognizes African American men of influence who significantly impact the quality of life in their respective communities.
A.H. Entertainment, in partnership with Hosea Feed The Hungry, held the well attended soiree at the Millennium Gate Museum Atlantic Station, and delivered on it’s promise to create a unique event series designed to recognize black men leaders in key industries. A key factor for honoree designation is that candidates commit to accelerate economic development in Atlanta.
2014 Men in Black Honorees were:
Big Tigger – American television and radio personality
Carl Anthony Payne – Stage and television actor, producer and director
Kwanza Hall – Atlanta City Councilman for District 2
DJ Fadelf – DJ, songwriter and model
Memphitz Wright – Music executive
Daniel Dickey – Brand strategist. marketer, consultant and publicist
Mike Smoak – Marketing and promotions executive
Earl Little – Event organizer for Black History Month Parade