Urban One Honors
TV One's Urban One Honors celebrated the icons of the culture! Check out the purple carpet arrivals of the honorees, performers and more!
Urban One announced the return of the annual URBAN ONE HONORS taping in Atlanta, GA on Friday, Dec. 2, 2022.
The 2022 Urban One Honors was an event to remember. Take a look back.
Sponsored by Verizon, this year’s Urban One Honors is recognizing “Women Leading the Change” in Black communities across the country.
The 2021 Urban One Honors highlights extraordinary contributions of women that have led to impactful change within the Black community like “Hometown Shero ” Fire Chief Tiffany D. Green.
Joia A. Crear-Perry, MD, FACOG is a physician, policy expert, thought leader and advocate for transformational justice among those leading the charge and demand for Back women and birthing people to receive fair and equitable healthcare here in the U.S. and in countries around the globe.
Angela Doyinsola Aina, MPH is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Black Mamas Matter Alliance (BMMA), a Black women-led organization that centers Black mamas by advocating, driving research, building power, and shifting culture for Black maternal health, rights and justice.
Stanford is a North Philadelphia native who pours her all into creating wellness outcomes for city residents and patients around the country.
This year’s Urban One Honors is celebrating women leading change in our communities and recognizing “Hometown Sheroes” like Renee Mahaffey Harris, an advocate for the underserved and marginalized populations in the greater Cincinnati area.
The 2021 Urban One Honors recipients are game-changers in their fields, leading and creating groundbreaking work that empowers our communities. And they all lead with love.
The Urban One Honors awards ceremony is returning this year with its annual commemoration of Black excellence with a focus on African American women.
Urban One's founder and chairwoman Cathy Hughes talks about her journey and building the brand and legacy for the cover story of MONARCH magazine.
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