THE POWER OF Black Excellence
In conjunction with the 53rd NAACP Image Awards, we are partnering with Ovation Hollywood to host NAACP Live!, an interactive pop-up experience along Awards Walk at Ovation Hollywood.
Elevating Black stories and experiences gives us the power to uplift diverse voices on big stages. From February 24-26 from 11 am to 6 pm, support Black-owned businesses and take action by joining the NAACP in our effort to diversify the entertainment industry to accurately depict the fullness of Black life.
The Power of Diversity in Hollywood
From big box office productions to innovations in streaming, we're making sure the fight for equality reaches Hollywood. Use your power to demand diversity and inclusion for people of color by becoming a member of the NAACP.
One of the goals is to create pathways to inclusion. How do we create pathways for inclusion be it the Image Awards, our internship, fellowship programs, a symposium or partnership with the guilds? Delivering on that is big. So, with everything that we do, that is the end game.- Robin Harrison, Vice President, NAACP Hollywood Bureau
The Power of Partnership
Do you host opportunities for diverse, emerging talent in Hollywood? Join the NAACP in expanding the narratives, perspectives, and opportunities for Black entertainers.
THE POWER OF REPRESENTATION
Seeing Black representation on-screen helps us embrace and explore the full dimensions of our humanity. Donate toward the fight for equitable opportunities in the entertainment industry and produce special events that uplift the power of Black excellence.
NAACP Image Awards
The Image Awards has spent 53 years highlighting and celebrating the contributions of our creative Black narratives to the world.Learn More
Black entertainment is an integral extension of Black advocacy and activism. Much of Black art emerges from subjugation that was designed to stifle our spirit. Instead, our inextinguishable light brightens the world with imagination, ingenuity, and infinite talent.- Kyle Bowser, Senior Vice President, NAACP Hollywood Bureau