Obama’s message to 2017 Golden Globe Nominees
The outgoing President Obama wrote a letter to the attendees at the Golden Globe which he shared on January eighth. During the show, Tracee Ellis Ross was the first black woman to win an Golden Globe. She is known for acting comedy movies and series such as Blackish and Girlfriend.
He thanked all the actors, producers and directors for making a major impact to entertainment. It said, Michelle and I send greetings to all those attending the 74th annual Golden Globe Awards. Film and television have captured audiences for generations — transforming the art of storytelling and challenging our understanding of society. Using the big and small screens to bring diverse tales to life, actors and actresses and creative visionaries behind the scenes have inspired us to find deeper meaning in our shared humanity.
Tonight’s nominees have devoted their talents to helping us celebrate our triumphs and illustrate our flaws. By enabling us to see ourselves in each other and creating a space for the many narratives that reflect our rich and collective history, they remind us of the power of our voices and ideas and the ways they can shape our world for the better. As you gather to recognize this year’s nominees, I wish you all the best for a memorable evening.