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PASADENA, Calif. – Lizzo was named entertainer of the year and “Just Mercy” won best motion picture, actor and supporting actor Saturday at the NAACP Image Awards, as the show that recognizes entertainers of color ladled honors on the film that was snubbed by bigger shows throughout awards season. “We are such a beautiful people, this is just a reminder of all the beautiful things that we can do,” Lizzo said as she accepted the night’s last and biggest award, dancing off the stage at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium as the show ended. Host Anthony Anderson of “Black-ish” opened the show, telecast on BET, with a monologue that took a shot at the lack of diversity at the Oscars and Hollywood’s other ceremonies that handed out awards earlier in the year. “Unlike other awards shows, we actually have black nominees,” Anderson said. He may well have been talking about “Just Mercy,” the acclaimed film that was largely snubbed in the long awards season. ‘Tell your friends to pull up’:Rihanna calls for unity to ‘fix this world’ at NAACP Image AwardsHow accurate is ‘Just Mercy’?The real case behind Michael B. Jordan’s Bryan Stevenson movieMichael B. Jordan won best actor for his role as a crusading defense attorney in the film, and Jamie Foxx won best supporting actor for the wrongly convicted man he fought for.  “This project is a lot bigger than me. It’s about every person that’s wrongfully convicted and sitting in a jail cell right now,” Jordan said as he accepted the award.Foxx won his fifth career Image Award for his role in “Just Mercy,” saying, “Thank you so much, black people, African-Americans, and everything else we are. … We are so talented.”Lupita Nyong’o won best actress for her role in “Us,” and 15-year Marsai Martin won best supporting actress for her role in “Little,” beating out superstar names including Jennifer Lopez, Janelle Monáe and Octavia Spencer. “Thank you to all the beautiful black girls out there who inspire me every day,” Martin said as she accepted. Martin’s “Black-ish” castmate Tracee Ellis Ross won best actress in a TV comedy series, her ninth career Image Award. “I love being a part of this ever-growing chorus of black women owning our legacies,” Ross said. It was a big Image Awards all-round for “Black-ish,” which took home seven, including best TV comedy and best actor in a TV comedy for host Anderson. The NAACP gave its Chairman’s Award, which goes to people who show exemplary public service and “create agents of change,” to civil rights legend U.S. Rep. John Lewis of Georgia. “The NAACP has been like a bridge over troubled waters,” said Lewis, who is suffering from pancreatic cancer, in a recorded acceptance speech from Washington. “We’re going to have some more troubled waters, and we’re going to need the NAACP.” Rihanna received the NAACP President’s Award for special achievement and distinguished public service. She called for racial, religious and cultural unity during her acceptance speech. “If there’s anything that read more