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NAACP Image Award For Outstanding Female Artist - Stats
... NAACP Image Awards Motion Picture Outstanding Motion Picture Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture ...
NAACP Image Award For Outstanding Song
... The NAACP Image Award winners for Outstanding Song Year Artist Song 1972 Isaac Hayes "Theme From Shaft" 1996 Whitney Houston "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)" 1997 R. 2011 Fantasia Barrino "Bittersweet" NAACP Image Awards Motion Picture Outstanding Motion Picture Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture ...
NAACP Image Award For Outstanding Documentary
... The NAACP Image Award winners for Outstanding Motion Documentary Image Award for Outstanding Documentary Year Film Other Nominees 2008 Darfur Now Bastards of the ...
Michael Eric Dyson - Awards and Nominations
... Year Award Work Result 2004 NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literary Work – Non-Fiction Why I Love Black Men Winner 2006 NAACP Image Award for Outstanding ...
35th NAACP Image Awards - Winners - Film
... Outstanding Picture The Fighting Temptations Outstanding Actor Cuba Gooding Jr ... Radio Outstanding Actress Queen Latifah - Bringing Down the House Outstanding Supporting Actor Morgan Freeman - Bruce Almighty Outstanding Supporting Actress Alfre Woodard - Radio NAACP Image ...

Famous quotes containing the words literary work, work, outstanding and/or literary:

    I understood that all the material of a literary work was in my past life, I understood that I had acquired it in the midst of frivolous amusements, in idleness, in tenderness and in pain, stored up by me without my divining its destination or even its survival, as the seed has in reserve all the ingredients which will nourish the plant.
    Marcel Proust (1871–1922)

    If a man cannot do brain work without stimulants of any kind, he had better turn to hand work—it is an indication on Nature’s part that she did not mean him to be a head worker.
    Thomas Henry Huxley (1825–95)

    The theater is a baffling business, and a shockingly wasteful one when you consider that people who have proven their worth, who have appeared in or been responsible for successful plays, who have given outstanding performances, can still, in the full tide of their energy, be forced, through lack of opportunity, to sit idle season after season, their enthusiasm, their morale, their very talent dwindling to slow gray death. Of finances we will not even speak; it is too sad a tale.
    Ilka Chase (1905–1978)

    It is a good lesson—though it may often be a hard one—for a man who has dreamed of literary fame, and of making for himself a rank among the world’s dignitaries by such means, to step aside out of the narrow circle in which his claims are recognized, and to find how utterly devoid of all significance, beyond that circle, is all that he achieves, and all he aims at.
    Nathaniel Hawthorne (1804–1864)