Black History Month Awards Reception: The Emcee was Cheryl Wills of NY 1: The honorees: Heavy D (awarded posthumously): Artist Musician & Producer Reverend Jesse Jackson: Civil Rights Leader & Founder of the Wall Street Project Veronica Blake, Northeast Regional Director Fenimore Fisher, Lead Director of Rainbow Push Chris Lighty: Founder & CEO Violator Management William McCreary: Emmy Award Winning Journalist & Former VP of Fox Television Terra Renee: Director of New York Cityys African American Women in Cinema Film Festival Stacy Spikes: CEO and Founder of Movie Pass & Chairman Emeritus of the Urban World Film Festival Percy Sutton (awarded posthumously): War Hero, Businessman & Civic Leader | News | Greater New York Chamber of Commerce

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Black History Month Awards Reception: The Emcee was Cheryl Wills of NY 1: The honorees: Heavy D (awarded posthumously): Artist Musician & Producer Reverend Jesse Jackson: Civil Rights Leader & Founder of the Wall Street Project Veronica Blake, Northeast Regional Director Fenimore Fisher, Lead Director of Rainbow Push Chris Lighty: Founder & CEO Violator Management William McCreary: Emmy Award Winning Journalist & Former VP of Fox Television Terra Renee: Director of New York Cityys African American Women in Cinema Film Festival Stacy Spikes: CEO and Founder of Movie Pass & Chairman Emeritus of the Urban World Film Festival Percy Sutton (awarded posthumously): War Hero, Businessman & Civic Leader

February 2012