Mayor Karen Bass, Board of Public Works Commissioner Mike Davis, the Lura Daniels-Ball, President, Our Authors Study Club, Michael Lawson, President & CEO Los Angeles, Urban League, and other City officials will honor Living Legends at this year's City of Los Angeles African American Heritage Month virtual celebration on Friday, February 3, 10:00 AM.
The honorees include producer, actor, and recording artist Ice Cube, urban contemporary gospel and Christian R&B recording artist Erica Campbell, and R&B recording artists Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr.
The program will also feature the induction of four Hall of Fame recipients who have gained national acclaim in the fields of Law, Labor, Higher Education, and Government.
- Honorable Eric Holder (ret.), Former U.S. Attorney General
- Yvonne Wheeler, President, Los Angeles County Federation of Labor
- Dr. David Carlisle, President/CEO, Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science
- Honorable Herb Wesson (ret.), First African American Los Angeles City Council President
Join the virtual celebration at https://www.zoomgov.com/j/1606977246 on Friday, February 3, 10:00 AM.
The City of LA kicks off African American Heritage Month with a virtual opening ceremony Friday, February 3, at 10 AM featuring @MayorOfLA Karen Bass and special guests! pic.twitter.com/JEaJn2p23O— City of Los Angeles (@LACity) February 2, 2023