Sheryl Lee Ralph of 'Moesha' Fame Wows in Blue as She Attends LA Event Held in Honor of Black History Month

American singer and actress Sheryl Lee Ralph stuns in blue as she graces an event in Los Angeles to commemorate Black History Month.

Sheryl Lee Ralph was honored during an appearance in LA to mark Black History Month.The actress, singer, and activist took to Instagram to share a photo from the event alongside her honorary certificate.

Dressed in a lacy blue outfit, with long sleeves and flared ends, the activist looked stunning, wowing her fans in the African inspired ensemble.

Sheryl Lee Ralph speaks during the 2019 Outfest Legacy Awards Gala: Unveiling of a New Era at Vibiana | Photo: Getty Images

Sheryl Lee Ralph speaks during the 2019 Outfest Legacy Awards Gala: Unveiling of a New Era at Vibiana | Photo: Getty Images

A pair of long earrings, subtle makeup, and a charming smile complemented the glamorous appearance. Captioning her Instagram post, she wrote:

"What a wonderful day in LA celebrating Black History Month Arts and Artists who have used their platform for the betterment of Los Angeles county and Angelenos."

The event was hosted to mark Black History Month in LA as Sheryl was one of seven creative legends honored for their contributions to the arts and entertainment industry.

The other six awardees included Debbie Allen, Wren Brown, Ben Guillory, Laureate Robin Coste Lewis, Wendy Raquel, and Lula Washington. 

The icon shared tips of her success while acknowledging her parent's love as the source of her positive attitude towards work even in the face of rejection.

Each of them was presented with honorary scrolls by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors as recognition of their works in entertainment.

The recognition event was part of the lineup of activities to commemorate the District's Black History Month. During his speech, the event's supervisor, Ridley-Thomas, lauded the champions for their extensive work in the field. He added:

"Today, we commemorate the legacy of champions of change and the sacrifices they have made so that we may honor and celebrate black history month. We are grateful for these individuals..."

Late last year, the 63-year-old granted an extensive interview to the "Ebar" reporter, ahead of her appearance at the Help Is On The Way concert.

The icon shared tips of her success while acknowledging her parent's love as the source of her positive attitude towards work even in the face of rejection.

The television legend went on to perform at the "Help Is On The Way" concert, which was held on December 9 last year.

The visionary's life and Hollywood achievements have been a legacy worth upholding, promising to keep her a celebrated figure for several generations to come.

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