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Congratulations to our 2020 diversity awards honorees
Ayo Davis, Jonathan Hargis, DeDe Lea and Jason Collins
A very sincere thank you to our special guests
Tracee Ellis Ross, Trevor Noah, John Leguizamo and Grant Hill
On November 3rd millions of Americans voted, not only for a president but for diversity.
For the first time in the history of this country, Americans elected a woman, a woman of color, and a woman of immigrant parents for the role of Vice-President of the United States.
This moment was celebrated across the country and acknowledged around the world by girls and women of color who can now imagine, aspire and envision themselves as leaders.
There are many to thank for this historical event, first of all Joe Biden for his courage and wisdom to select Kamala Harris as his Vice-Presidential running mate. And, of course Kamala Harris herself, for her demonstration of courage, determination and ability to show us that she was ready for the job.
Last, but not least, we must thank all the men and women, and especially women of color, like Stacey Abrams and many others who worked tirelessly to make sure the votes would be there to be counted.
On November 3rd, Diversity Made History and we cheered, honked our horns and danced in the streets.
This could be the beginning of a new era.
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