Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Alison Hammond and Sir Mo Farah are tipped for coveted artist awards at the 2022 Tribal Awards, MailOnline can reveal.
It comes after the Olympic champion, 39, who is poised to clinch the Sportsman’s crown, emotionally revealed he was smuggled to Britain and spent his early years here in domestic slavery.
The shortlist for the annual awards, held in partnership with HSBC UK, showcases an array of celebrities and leading figures.
Wow! Leigh-Anne Pinnock (pictured), Alison Hammond and Sir Mo Farah have been named in the running for the coveted superhero awards at the 2022 Tribes Awards, MailOnline can reveal.
The awards recognize individuals with a record of working to advance equality and opportunity for Black, Asian and Minority Communities in society.
Sir Mo, who just this month opened up about traveling to England under a false name and being forced to work as a domestic servant, has been nominated for his remarkable career success and recently reverted to his real name – Hussein Abdi Kahin.
Meanwhile, big names including Leigh-Anne, 30, have been listed for praise.
The former X Factor winner has been put forward for her activism in the fight against racism and as an example of how a public figure can act and stand up for the rights of their communities.
Worth it: The annual awards shortlist showcases an array of celebrities and leading figures (Alison Hammond pictured July 2022)
Shock: It comes after the Olympic champion, 39, who is poised to win the Sports Personality title, made emotional revelations that she was illegally trafficked to the UK.
British Vogue Editor-in-Chief Edward Enninful has also been nominated in the Leigh-Anne category.
The Ghanaian-British model is a staple of the fashion industry, having used her platform to promote inclusivity across the board.
Actor Dev Patel, who has campaigned openly and honestly on issues of racism and bigotry, as well as TV favorites Alison and Jermaine Jenas are also shortlisted for the award.
Liverpool FC star Mohamed Salah and Arsenal FC talent Bukayo Saka have been nominated for their outstanding stances on racial, gender and religious equality. Joining them in the Sportsman category is the fastest woman in British history, Dina Asher-Smith.
Competition: British Vogue Editor-in-Chief Edward Enninful has also been nominated in the Leigh-Anne category (pictured May 2022)
Musicians Dave, Emeli Sandé and Stormzy have been nominated for the award, while Professor Jonathan Van-Tam and the first hijab-wearing MP, Apsana Begum, are also on the list.
Comedian Mo Gilligan and international music artist Olivia Rodrigo are also listed.
Several charities have also been nominated for the award, including the Black Heroes Foundation, the Muslim Council of Britain and Jewish Women’s Aid.
Inspiration: Actor Dev Patel (pictured in 2019), who has campaigned openly and honestly on issues of racism and bigotry, as well as TV’s Alison and Jermaine Jenas are also shortlisted for the award.
The founder of the Ethnicity Awards, Sarah Garrett MBE, said: “These awards exist to highlight the individuals, organizations and charities that are helping to make the world a better place for Black, Asian and Minority communities during what is now a very challenging time. .
“The fact that there continues to be racist abuse at sporting events, racial bias in fashion, regressive positions in politics and stereotypes around the world, to name a few problems, shows that we still have a long way to go.
“However, each nominee here has used their platform to highlight issues facing Black, Asian and Minority communities.
Talent: Liverpool FC star Mohamed Salah (pictured July 2022) and Arsenal FC talent Bukayo Saka have been nominated for their high standards of racial, gender and religious equality.
‘So I would like to congratulate everyone on the shortlist, you have all done important work to promote equality and promote opportunity. I can’t wait to celebrate with you at the Ethnicity Awards in October.’
Coral Taylor from sponsor HSBC UK, official partner of the Ethnicity Awards said: ‘HSBC is very proud to be an official partner of the Ethnicity Awards, which focuses on efforts to tackle systemic barriers and ensure people have equal opportunities to fulfill their roles. full potential.
‘Congratulations and good luck to the outstanding role models and change makers nominated this year.’
SHORT LIST OF COMPLETE TRIBAL AWARDS 2022
Zuhair Hassan (Big Zuu)
Naomi and Natalie (daily discrimination)
Shu Lin (dejashu)
Andres Barrientos and Amin Mohammed (Yung Filly & Chunkz)
PUBLIC SERVICE OR CAMPAIGN
MP for Apsana Begum
Baroness Sayeeda Warsi
Humza Yousaf MSP
Mr. Simon Woolley
MP for Munira Wilson
Thangam Debbonaire Member of Parliament
Member of Parliament for Taiwo Owatemi
Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi MP
BURBERRY INSPIRATIONAL PUBLIC FIGURE
AN ADVERTISER, JOURNALIST, OR HOST
Dr. Raj Singh
MEDIA PROGRESS MOMENT
Azeem Rafiq and Yorkshire County Cricket Club
Bridgerton’s Representation of South Asia
Channel 4’s Black Ahead
Channel 4’s Unapologetic
Mancs on the Mic Podcast
The Events That Made It: An Essay on Queer Black Britain
Patrick Vernon Windrush Scandal Movement
Pixar Turns Red
Steven Bartlett’s Diary of a CEO Podcast
Karenjeet Kaur Bains
Mo Farah (Hussein Abdi Kahin)
MACQUARIE CONTRIBUTION TO THE COMMUNITY
Jabeer Butt OBE
CHARITY OR COMMUNITY PROGRAM
100 Black Men of London
Black Warrior Foundation
Black Minds Matter in Britain
Include Me Too
Jewish Women’s Aid
Muslim Council of Britain
Center for South East and East Asia
Ade Rawcliffe – ITV
Or Ocansey – BNP Paribas
Dara Jafari – Loyal and Gould
Farhana Kuddus – 10x Banking
Marlon Wilson – BT
Nwachukwu Aghanya – PWC
Priscilla Baffour – TikTok
Safia Kukaswadia – Burberry
Sophia Lee – Principal
Yasir Mirza – Financial Times
PARAMOUNT LEADERSHIP GUIDE
Ashrina Parmar – Smith + Nephew
Asif Aziz – Cadent Gas
Rim Adem – CBRE
Sarah Shepperd – Johnson & Johnson
Leon Donald – Tesco
Aalia Datoo – Macfarlanes
Sade Oladugbewo – Vodafone
See Odili – Clifford Chance
Maxine Goddard – Sompo International
Nav Khinda – UBS
LLOYD BANK GROUP CHAMPION (ALLY)
Bea Martin – UBS
Charlotte Eaton – OVO
Emma Osborn – Internet Rail
Lisa Waterhouse – National Grid
Marc Donovan – boots
Mark Taylor – RSM UK
Nigel Hayward – Arcadis
Paul Fuller – Balfour Beatty
Paul Plewman – Macquarie
Zealah Bringley – KPMG
NATIONAL GRID WORK PART HERO
Bianca Mason – ABRDN
El Kanagavel – Dentsu England
Johanna Coppol – BNY Mellon
Mandy Mayers – Channel 4
Toly Falade – BP
Tonie Odeniyi – Amazon
Ramesh Pani – Ashurst
Reesha Siniara – Openreach
Ronke Phillips – ITV
Zee Botchway – Wickes
FUTURE LEGAL AND GENERAL GUIDE
Angelina Abel – Environmental Agency
Christine Ondimu – HSBC UK
Jacob Gibson – Lloyds Banking Group
Josephine Nzuruba – LSEG
Kalm Paul-Christian – Natwest Group
Lynette Kebirungi – Rolls-Royce
Nasir Ahmed – Atos
Rachel Henry – boots
Samir Manek – Mishcom De Reya
Shahid Zaman – Asphalt
NETWORK GROUP OR ERG
Beyond the UK Cultural Workers Network & I – Avanade
Culture Club – Law and General
EMEA Black Inclusion Group – Moody’s
Race Together – Nationwide
EMBRACE ERG – GSK
Roots – MediaCom UK
I AM ME – Sainsbury’s
Serco HUG – Serco
Rise – SEGA Europe
Allen & Overy
BT THE BEST EMPLOYER
Lloyd’s Banking Group
The main thing
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