MSNBC president Phil Griffin will be honored by the National Action Network (NAN) at the 13th annual Keepers of the Dream Awards on April 6.
The awards are given in April each year to mark the anniversary of Martin Luther King‘s death and to “honor those who have continued to advocate for the principles for which Dr. King gave his life.”
Host Reverend Al Sharpton and the NAN will host the awards, which will also honor Muhammad Ali, Universal Motown president Sylvia Rhone, Magic Johnson, NFL Hall of Famer Jim Brown and others.
The keynote address will be by Dr. William Cosby.
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