The Daily Show With Trevor Noah, the New York Times’ 1619 project and Participant Media’s Save the Hampton House project, inspired by Judas and the Black Messiah, are among the finalists for the inaugural Anthem Awards.
The awards, presented by the Webby Awards, seek to honor mission-driven works created by individuals and organizations across categories like diversity and inclusion; education, art and culture; sustainability and civil and human rights.
Other finalists, announced on Tuesday, include WarnerMedia’s Forces of Change, Disney’s The Lion King Protect the Pride campaign and ViacomCBS’ Mental Health Action Day.
The finalists were selected by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences, with judges including Daniel Dae Kim, Ashley Judd, Marc Ecko and GLAAD CEO Sarah Kate Ellis. Winners will be announced on Feb. 15 at a virtual conference, which will be followed by a virtual awards ceremony on Feb. 28.
“We are so proud of what we are building at The Anthem Awards and are humbled by the positive response and extraordinary support from global brands and national organizations to artists, creators and local individuals making an impact in their community,” Jessica Lauretti, the managing director of The
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