Hailed as one of Atlanta’s premier breast cancer awareness events, The Pink Awards is set for Saturday, February 25, 2023, inside Southwest Atlanta’s Riverside EpiCenter. This year’s awards will be co-hosted by “Martin” alum and celebrated actor Carl Anthony Payne II and 3x NAACP Image Award Winner and “NY Undercover Actor” Malik Yoba. The Pink Awards is the only annual philanthropic event where Black excellence and breast cancer awareness unite at center stage. Along with co-hosts, this year’s event will pay homage to the following honorees for their stellar accomplishments and valued work in the community:
● The Visionary – Dallas Austin, Grammy Award Winning Music Producer & Songwriter
● The Samaritan – Elizabeth Omilami, Human Rights Activist & CEO of Hosea Helps
● The Vanguard – Jermaine Dupri, Award-winning Producer, Songwriter and CEO
● The Trailblazer – Pastor Jamal Bryant, NAACP Image Chairman Award Winner
● The Warrior -Ricki Fairley, Co Founder of TOUCH, The Black Breast Cancer Alliance
During this event, premiere influencers, celebrities and wellness advocates come together to celebrate life, strength and survival. The underlying goal of the Pink Awards is to bring breast cancer awareness to the forefront and provide counseling and support to breast cancer patients and survivors.
The Touch Black Breast Cancer Alliance is partnering with The 2023 Pink Awards as an official community partner. The Touch Black Breast Cancer Alliance is an organization assisting in driving the collaborative efforts of patients, survivors, advocates, advocacy organizations, health care professionals, researchers and pharmaceutical companies to work collectively, with accountability, towards the common goal of eradicating Black Breast Cancer.
Additional information and tickets for the 2023 Pink Awards ceremony can be purchased at http://www.thepinkawards.com. Additional information can also be found on the official Instagram page @pinkawardsshow.
“I started hosting pink events while I was still in treatment to educate everyone about early African American detection and effective cancer prevention practices. I also wanted to encourage cancer warriors to keep their faith while fighting the greatest battle of their lives. I am truly blessed to have my community supporting me in this endeavor and being a part of the next level of The Pink Awards.” — April Love, Founder and Executive Producer of The Pink Awards.
About April Love
April Love is an incomparable visionary who embodies vision and grace in all her endeavors. As the Founder and CEO of Ask April Love and the Vanguard Creative Group, she continues to eliminate barriers and raise the bar of progression for women in business. Her overwhelmingly successful career in the television and music industries spans over two decades and inspires the next generation of female leaders. As a 10-year breast cancer survivor herself, Love champions such causes as breast cancer prevention, female empowerment and entrepreneurship and celebrates the amalgam of positivity at her annual “Pink in December” celebration of life and love.