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President Obama presents the 2016 Medal of Freedom to star-studded honorees

President Barack Obama honored actors Robert DeNiro, Cicely Tyson, Tom Hanks and Robert Redford with the nation’s highest civilian honor.

They are among 21 people Obama recognized with the Presidential Medal of Freedom at the White House on Tuesday.

Honorees from the sports world include basketball players Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Michael Jordan, along with veteran sports broadcaster Vin Scully.

Entertainers include Ellen DeGeneres, Diana Ross and Bruce Springsteen.

Other honorees are philanthropists Bill and Melinda Gates, polymath physicist Richard Garwin, architect Frank Gehry, designer Maya Lin, “Saturday Night Live” producer Lorne Michaels, attorney Newt Minow, mathematician and computer scientist Margaret H. Hamilton, and Eduardo Padrón, president of Miami Dade College in Florida.

Posthumous honors went to Native American advocate Elouise Cobell and Rear Adm. Grace Hopper. (AP)

(Photos: Carlos Barria/Reuters [2], Yuri Gripas/Reuters [3])

See more from the ceremony on Yahoo News.

Photo of Bob Reid, 1966. Photo courtesy of Reid Archives.

This is a photo of Bob Reid, center, who in 1966 was elected first black student body president of Miami Dade College. Reid is surrounded by his classmates. This photo is from Reid’s archives. Reid went onto an illustrious journalism career. And I wrote about him on the 50th anniversary of his milestone.

Story from Dina Weinstein