Nationally syndicated show pays tribute to the Unique Culture and Contributions of Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs) where it all began for Café Mocha
Washington, DC - The role of HBCUs in shaping the growth, development and culture of Black Americans will take center stage for the third installment of the critically acclaimed Salute THEM Awards (STA) series. The Salute THEM Awards ‘My HBCU Joy’ broadcast coincides with National HBCU Week, September 7-10, 2021 airing Sunday, September 12, 2021 on BNC.TV at 10PM ET and streaming at 7PM ET via AARP Black Community Facebook page and Café Mocha Radio YouTube channel.
Comprised of HBCU alum, the nationally syndicated Café Mocha radio team is proud to create this premier special dedicated to honoring a diverse selection of graduates and organizations that have impacted the legacy of Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs). Café Mocha’s Emmy & 2x NAACP Image award-winning co-host Loni Love, a graduate of Prairie View A&M University, an HBCU, will once again host the evening with special tributes from co-host Angelique Perrin and YoYo.
Brought to you by Toyota America, AARP, BNC.TV and the Café Mocha Networkthis year’s Salute THEM Awards ‘My HBCU Joy’ will ‘salute’ each honoree with a visual vignette that includes their institution as well as feature an array of unique tribute performances.