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Beyonce and JayZ get Vanguard award from GLAAD award night

Beyonce and JayZ get Vanguard award from GLAAD award night
Beyonce and JayZ get Vanguard award from GLAAD award night(via-Beyonce)

The two most influential entertainers in the African-American communities in America right now, Beyonce and her husband JayZ have been honoured with a Vanguard award by the GLAAD award as they celebrate their 30th anniversary, for their role in using their music to promote equality and their acceptance of the LGBTQ communities.

The Annual GLAAD Awards which was held last night in Los Angeles, saw Beyoncé and JAY-Z receive GLAAD’s Vanguard Award, for making a significant difference in promoting acceptance of LGBTQ people. Beyoncé and JAY-Z are longtime allies and supporters of the LGBTQ community who use their global platforms to share messages that inspire and change the world for the better.

According to GLAAD, Beyoncé has spoken out against laws that would discriminate against LGBTQ people in states including North Carolina and celebrated the passage of marriage equality nationwide, saying that “everyone has the right to love who they love.” She has spoken out loudly for LGBTQ youth and told her followers on social media that “LGBTQ students need to know we support them.”

Beyoncé has included LGBTQ people and couples in videos for ‘Formation’ and ‘All Night’ and dedicated her performance of ‘Halo’ to the victims and survivors of the Orlando Pulse nightclub shooting during “The Formation World Tour.” Ivy Park, her athleisure clothing line, proudly showcased transgender actress Laverne Cox as one of the featured faces in one of the brand’s promos.

JAY-Z received a GLAAD award Special Recognition last year for his song and music video, “Smile,” featuring his mother Gloria Carter who used the song to come out as a lesbian. The lyrics and video poignantly share the powerful story of Ms. Gloria Carter, who accepted the GLAAD Award from journalist Robin Roberts.

JAY-Z has featured LGBTQ people in his art including an appearance by LGBTQ leader Janet Mock in the video for ‘Family Feud,’ which opens with a quote from iconic gay writer James Baldwin. JAY-Z also famously supported the passage of marriage equality, noting it was “the right thing to do as a human being.”

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