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2017 BMA Awards holds in City Hall Rotunda, Milwaukee
February 23 @ 6:00 am - 10:00 pm
Prestigious awards to honor African American males, BMA Awards, hold in Milwaukee
on the 23rd February
The 2017 edition of the Black Men Achieve Awards, popularly known as the BMA Awards holds in City Hall Rotunda, Milwaukee, on the 23rd of February, 2017. The award ceremony is organized to recognize the immense contributions and achievements of Black American Males.
The awards establishes the fact that Black Men Matter, as it highlights the different black men leading in their various fields and careers. Targeted to honor local leaders and inspire young people to strive towards making the community, particularly the black community a better one, the awards goal is to reiterate the need to create a positive brand around the black men in America.
The achievements of black men are looked at in retrospect, with a focus on how such actions could affect the future of the black community in the United States. The award does not only look at the achievements and contributions of African Americans in the past, but also examines their contributions in the present and the future.
The celebration will be in the honor of the Late and influential Eric Von, if you want to know what Black Male Achievement looks like, join us as we honor leaders such as Andre Lee Ellis, Victor Barnett, and Dr. Carter just to name a few. 20 African American males who are active agents of change in our community will be highlighted with different awards at the city hall in Milwaukee, with the event slated to commence at 6pm. In addition to celebrating these twenty African American achievers, young African American males between the ages of 12 and 18 are also inspired to achieve even more as they attend the event and witness their older counterparts get rewarded for their contributions.
Entry into the venue of the awards is free, even as interested persons are required to register at https://bmaaward.eventbrite.com to ensure orderliness and adequate preparation for expected attendees. Suggested donations of $10 are also welcomed from well-wishers and friends of the BMA award to help organizers of the awards create an even bigger platform to recognize African American achievers.