Queen Latifah to receive Harvard shaded tradition award
Song artist and actress Queen Latifah is one of the many honorees being recognized by Harvard College this year for their contributions to shaded historical past and tradition.
Harvard is decided to award the W.E.B. Du Bois Medal to Queen Latifah and six other recipients on Oct. 22, based fully on the Cambridge, Massachusetts, college’s Hutchins Heart for African and African American Analysis.
Other honorees embody poet and educator Elizabeth Alexander, Secretary of the Smithsonian Establishment Lonnie Bunch III, poet Rita Dove, co-founding father of Shaded Leisure Television Sheila Johnson, artist Kerry James Marshall and Robert Smith, founder, chairman and chief govt of Vista Equity Companions.
The award is named after Du Bois, a pupil, writer, editor, and civil rights pioneer who grew to alter into the key shaded student to carry out a doctorate from Harvard in 1895.
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