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The Grammy-nominated global superstar is the second-ever recipient of the award, which recognizes influential public figures who champion the LGBTQ community and advocate for mental health awareness. Marking September’s National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, and amplifying The Trevor Project’s mission to end suicide among LGBTQ young people, Monáe joins Lil Nas X – who was the inaugural recipient of the award in 2021.
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