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Honorees

2011
Ms. Ingrid Saunders Jones


2011
Dr. Steve Perry


2011
Mr. Earl w. Stafford


2011
Ms. Vanessa Williams


2009
Oprah Winfrey

2008
Sir Sidney Poitier

... for his outstanding contributions as an actor, humanitarian, and civil rights leader.

2007
Dr. Dorothy I. Height

... for her lifetime commitment to women, children and families.

Cathy Hughes

2006
Cathy Hughes


... for her excellence in business.

Ann M. Fudge 2006
Ann M. Fudge


... for her excellence in media.
Johnetta B. Cole

2006
Johnetta Betsch Cole


... for her excellence in education.

Nancy Wilson

2005
Nancy Wilson


... for her legendary contributions in the arts.

Quincy Jones

2004
Quincy Jones

... for his legendary cultural contribution to humanity through music and the arts.
Cosby

2003
Bill and Camille Cosby


... for sustained and distinguished leadership of the Dorothy I. Height Legacy Initiative and their Uncommon contributions to the arts, culture, and civil and human rights.

Maya Angelou

2002
Maya Angelou


... for her contributions to the arts and humanities, and her sustained contributions to the African-American culture.

V. Jordan

2000
Vernon Jordan


... for his courageous leadership and commitment to improving the quality of life for all Americans.

Marian Wright Edelman

1999
Marian Wright Edelman

... for her tireless efforts on behalf of America's children.
Dr. Height

1998
Dorothy I. Height


... for her lifetime commitment to women, children and families.

 

 





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