The Rev. Jonathan E.D. Moseley Sr., received honors from Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network Los Angeles chapter Feb. 19, of which he is the vice president.
He was recognized for his work and services, which include his campaign “Fight for 15,” to increase the minimum wage to $15 for workers in the fast food and hotel industries. L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti signed this into law in summer 2015.
Some of his other accomplishments include his role as vice president for Bust It Records featuring MC Hammer, and consultant for EMI music group artists D’Angelo and Jay-Z.
He has served as pastor of Ark of Grace Christian Fellowship and associate pastor at Grace Temple Baptist Church.
Compiled by Anne Artley.
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