Michael Jackson Tribute

Michael Jackson: “Artist Of The Decade” – April 5, 1990

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Michael returned to the White House on April 5, 1990, six years after Ronald Reagan honored him for allowing “Beat It” to be used as part of an anti-drink-driving campaign.  On this occasion President George Bush Sr. bestowed upon Michael the title: “Artist Of  The Decade”, referring to his good works as well as his enormous contribution to popular music. There would be yet another presidential award in 1992, with Michael given the honorary title “point of Light Ambassador” for his efforts in helping disadvantaged children.

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