The Living Legends Awards for Service to Humanity

The Living Legends Awards for Service to Humanity Annual Ceremony​

Bringing awareness to the work of lifelong humanitarians

The Living Legends Awards for Service to Humanity Ceremony

February 23, 2019

Emmanuel 7th day Adventist Church

18800 New Hampshire Ave, Ashton, Maryland 20861 6:00pm

 

Tel 443-535-1657 Fax  301-317-8731

contact@livinglegendsawards.org

 

 

 

 

 

The Living Legends Awards for Service to Humanity Ceremony

February 27, 2021

6:00pm

 

Tel 443-535-1657 Fax  301-317-8731

contact@livinglegendsawards.org

 

 

 

 

 

The much anticipated annual black-tie formal event recognizing the work of prolific and influential Humanitarians features unparalleled performances by world-renown musical artists and composers, as well as highlights from the Brinklow Humanitarian MicroGrant recipients. This event is free and open to the public.

2021 Honorees Coming soon...
Theme: More Than A Meal

Past Special Musical Guests

Established in 1946, the Aeolians of Oakwood University present choral music repertoire from the Baroque era to the 21st century. They have collaborated with symphony orchestras to present masterpieces of Brahms, Mozart, Schoenberg, Dvorak, Hailstork, Verdi and Dett to name a few. They have also performed and recorded with artists such as Kathleen Battle, Angela Brown, Take 6 and Jacob Collier. Early 2012 they performed in Moscow, Russia and in the summer competed at the 7th World Choir Games earning three gold medals and overall championship of the Spiritual category. In 2017, they won the Choir of the World award at the LLangollen International Musical Festival, Wales, UK. The summer of 2018 they again won three gold medals at the 10th World Choir Games and overall championship for both the University Choirs and the Spirituals categories. In 2019, they became the 1st HBCU choir to be selected from blind auditions to perform at the National ACDA Conference. The Aeolians are thankful for ministry opportunities, and have been blessed to be called to minister all over the world. 

Past Honorees

2020 Theme: Survivor

DR. JOYCE WOODS
Survived Loss
MEDSPIRE HEALTH
Survived Paradise Fire
AALAYAH EASTMOND
Survived Parkland Shooting
Activist

2019 Theme: One Nation

ETON CODLING
Agronomist
Jamaica
DENEEN BROWN
Journalist
United States
RONALD BRISE'
Government Consultant
Haiti
KOLADE ALABI
Chemist
Nigeria
JUAN FILIPE HERRERA
Poet Laureate 
Mexico

2018 Theme: Fight Like a Girl

JOHNNETTA BETSCH COLE
Activist/Anthropologist
Women's Studies
ELLA SMITH SIMMONS
General Vice President
General Conference of Seventh-Day Adventists
KRISTY CHILDS
Commercial Sexual Exploitation Activist 
Veronica's Voice

2017 Theme: Out From the Shadows

2016 Theme: Born To Serve: A Life Of Usefulness

2015 Theme: The Light of Change

2014 Theme: Education...Where Shall I Fly?

2013 Theme: Women of Movement

2012 Theme: Am I My Brother's Keeper?

2011 Theme: Footprints On The World

2010 Theme: Speaking Truth To Power

2009 Theme: Turning The Page

2008 Theme: One Moment In Time

2007 Theme: How We Got Over

2006 Theme: Women Of Service

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Lois and Leroy Peters

Living Legends Awards for Service to Humanity Foundation (LLASH)