New Jersey Hall of Fame

The New Jersey Hall Of Fame has listed some 50 individuals for its class of 2023. The nonprofit is encouraging the public to go to to support famous Jerseyans who have made an impact on the world.

Those listed include the poet, writer, and activist Amiri Baraka; pianist Dr. George Theophilus Walker, who became the first African American to win the Pulitzer Prize for Music; WNBC’s award-winning chief meteorologist Janice Huff; George Clinton, founder of Parliament Funkadelic; singer (Fifth Dimenion)/actress Marilyn McCoo; and former NFL players Tiki Barber and Drew Pearson.  

The public can vote on the New Jersey Hall of Fame Class of 2023 nominee list until May 19.

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