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Shoniqua Shandai Nominated for the 55th NAACP Image Awards

The NAACP recently unveiled the much-anticipated list of nominees for the 55th NAACP Image Awards, spotlighting exceptional achievements by artists of color across various entertainment sectors. Among these personalities is the talented Shoniqua Shandai, nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for her role in “Harlem” on Amazon Prime Video. Cultural Kare magazine extends heartfelt congratulations to Shandai on this remarkable achievement.

Shandai is known for her dynamic portrayal of “Angie” in the series, which has resonated with audiences by offering a blend of humor, authenticity, and relatability that is both refreshing and impactful. The series, set in the heart of New York City, follows the lives of four Black women navigating their relationships, careers, and the complexities of life. Her role in the show has been pivotal, bringing to life a character who has become a fan favorite.

The NAACP Image Awards, a prestigious event now celebrating its 55th year, honors the achievements of people of color in television, music, literature, and film. It also recognizes individuals or groups who promote social justice through creative endeavors. Shandai’s nomination exemplifies how artists of color are pushing boundaries and creating space for more inclusive and representative storytelling in the entertainment industry.

As we approach the 55th NAACP Image Awards, let’s take a moment to celebrate the achievements of Shoniqua Shandai and all the nominees. Their work enriches our culture and challenges us to see the world through a more diverse and inclusive lens. Congratulations on your well-deserved nomination. We look forward to seeing your star continue to rise!

You can vote for Shoniqua HERE

By visiting, the public can vote to determine the winners of the “55th NAACP Image Awards” in select categories. Voting closes February 24 at 9:00 p.m. Winners will be revealed during the “55th NAACP Image Awards” telecast on March 16, 2024, on BET and CBS. NAACP will also recognize winners in non–televised Image Awards categories March 11–14th, which will stream via For information and updates, please follow NAACP Image Awards on Instagram @NAACPImageAwards. 

Stay tuned to Cultural Kare magazine for more coverage on the NAACP Image Awards and the inspiring stories of artists who are shaping the landscape of entertainment and culture.

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