April 20, 2022…Fort Worth, TX…Film and television icons HARRY BELAFONTE and DANNY GLOVER are among the honorees for the 18th Annual National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum (NMWHM) Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Banquet Gala. This year’s annual recognition program will be held Saturday, July 23rd at the Radisson Hotel Fort Worth North-Fossil Creek located at 2540 Meacham Blvd., Fort Worth, TX, 76106. The VIP reception begins at 6 PM and the banquet commences at 7 PM.
“We are elated to continue this time-honored tradition paying homage to the iconic men and women who remain committed to the preservation of the Old West and Western way of life,” says NMWHM Co-Founder Jim Austin. “This year, we are humbled to have this tremendous class of inductees and encourage everyone to join us in celebrating these living legends!” In addition to the awards presentation, the banquet will feature a silent auction and musical entertainment. Longtime Dallas radio and television personality SCOTT MURRAY, a NMWHM 2017 Hall of Fame Inductee,returns as event emcee.
This year’s honorees also include actor and producer REGINALD T. DORSEY, actor and stuntman ANTHONY “TONY” BRUBAKER, Women’s Professional Rodeo Association barrel racing champion DeBORAHA AKIN-TOWNSON, country music duo ALBERT “AL” and ESSIE MORRIS and western sculptor CHRIS NAVARRO. Academy Award winner SIR SIDNEY POITIER and music legend and infamous Rat Pack crooner SAMMY DAVIS, JR. are being inducted posthumously.
To purchase tickets or for more information on vendor and sponsorship opportunities, contact Executive Director Gloria Austin at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum Business Office at 817-922-9999. Tickets are also available online at https://2022hof.eventbrite.com.
ABOUT THE NATIONAL MULTICULTURAL WESTERN HERITAGE MUSEUM
Housed in the Fort Worth Stockyards at 2029 N Main Street, Fort Worth, Texas, 76164, and founded in 2001, the museum acknowledges the multicultural contributions of Hispanic Americans, Native
Americans, European Americans, Asian and African Americans in the settlement of the American frontier. Works of artists and others who documented people and events of the time via journals, photographs, and other historical items are part of the Museum’s collection of overlooked materials that tell, often for the first time, our complete story. Through various educational programs (e.g., storytelling sessions, “Forgotten Cowboys Tour,” cultural heritage workshops, historical reenactments, participatory learning) at the Museum and in the community, the Museum shares our multicultural western heritage while instilling positive values of diversity, tolerance, hard-work, and determination. Visitors to the Museum and at our traveling exhibitions leave with an awareness that the American West came into being through the struggles and triumphs of racially and socio-economically diverse people. Visit NMWHM.org today!
PROVIDED COURTESY OF THE NATIONAL MULTICULTURAL WESTERN HERITAGE MUSEUM FOR TENN TEXAS MEDIA