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Atlanta Introduces The Black Music and Entertainment Walk of Fame

Los Angeles has the Hollywood Walk of Fame and now Atlanta has the Black Music and Entertainment Walk of Fame.

On June 17, the city of Atlanta welcomed its latest attraction honoring influential Black entertainers with the Black Music and Entertainment Walk of Fame. (Source:

Thanks to Georgia State Representative Erica Thomas and BMI’s Catherine Brewton, the Black Music and Entertainment Walk of Fame was welcomed by politicians and musicians in Atlanta on June 17th.

Attendees included Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and mayoral candidates Kirk Franklin and Shirley Caesar.

The plaques for the new walk of fame emblems will be embedded into a sidewalk on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive near the intersection of Northside Drive over the next few weeks.


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