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Thursday, March 29, 2007

That's So Fabulous!

Our favorite child actress, turned superstar, Raven Symoné was honored at the 13th Annual National Association for Multi-Ethnicity in Communications (NAMIC) Awards with the 2007 North Star Award, which is presented annually to an individual or organization that has demonstrated a long-standing commitment to promoting ethnic and cultural diversity.

At just 22, Raven's illustrious career began at age 3 with her debut primetime television role on The Cosby Show. Through her recent works, including major film roles and television vehicles such as That's So Raven and The Cheetah Girls, the multi-talented entertainer's works have been embraced by people of all races and cultures. "I have been a longtime supporter of NAMIC and its mission," said Raven, "I am thrilled to be recognized as this year's NAMIC Vision Awards North Star Award recipient."

(Photo Caption: "Left To Right: Comedian Rondell Sheridan, Raven-Symone, And Comedienne Niecy Nash")

(Photo Credits: PRNewsFoto/NAMIC)