BEVERLY HILLS, Calif | Emotional ceremony honors Hall, Stenberg, Layne and Lewis
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Amandla Stenberg brought the audience to their feet as she talked of being protected by ancestors.
Kiki Layne evoked tears as she talked about having the comfort of black women during an exciting but “terrifying” time.
Regina Hall kept people in stitches as she cracked jokes and celebrated her longevity in Hollywood.
And Jenifer Lewis commanded everyone to honor those who came before them— while seemingly alluding to the arrest of Jussie Smollett for allegedly concocting a hoax about being attacked.