Black Lives Matter Award Ceremony

February 27, 6 PM

Black Lives Matter Seacoast is proud to present our 2nd Annual BLM Seacoast Excellence Awards!

BLM will be honoring Black, Indigenous and Person of Color community members older than 14 years old from all walks of life; artists, educators, activists, entrepreneurs, inventors, musicians, students, etc., that have made contributions to benefit the Seacoast areas of New Hampshire, Maine, and Massachusetts!

The event will be taking place on February 27th at 6pm. The event has been pre-recorded during the month of February at the Career Technical Center within Somersworth High School in Somersworth, NH. The event will be broadcast on various different public tv stations in the area: Public Portsmouth Media TV, Concord TV, Exeter TV, Dover TV, Berwick TV, Somersworth TV; and our BLM Seacoast Facebook & YouTube Pages! A special presentation of the event will be featured on NHPBS in the future.

Information and updates: blmseacoast.com/events/blmsawards2022


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