Michael Jackson Was Awarded ‘Humanitarian Award’, From The Boy Scouts of America, Sept 14, 1990
The Los Angeles Area Council, Boy Scouts of America presented superstar Michael Jackson with the first “Michael Jackson Good Scout Humanitarian Award,” September 14, 1990 at a dinner chaired by Michael Eisner, chairman and chief executive officer, of the Walt Disney Company.
The prestigious award was created and named for Michael Jackson in recognition of his humanitarian effort for all mankind.
“The Boy Scouts of America honored MJJ for his charity work with them. This was a poster and photo shoot used for them, the guys were real boy scouts, and we put them in vintage real uniforms. It was in the early 1990’s. Stephanie Mills gave him the award in Century City at the Century plaza Hotel.”
-Michael Lee Bush, MJ’s tailor and costume designer ~30 years