6th Annual Rattler Generations Event: Supporting the Terrance G. Hunt Scholarship Fund
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Come join us for a fun filled event to raise money to support scholarships for DFW area students.
The 6th Annual Rattler Generations Event Supporting the Terrance Hunt Scholarship Fund is the Dallas-Fort Worth Chapter of FAMU National Alumni Association's largest annual fundraiser to support scholarships and prospective student recruiting activities throughout the year. We request everyone's support with ticket sales and donations for this signature event.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Over the course of a journalistic career that has seen him interview multiple U.S. presidents to the top athletes and entertainers in Hollywood, Roland S. Martin is a journalist who has always maintained a clear sense of his calling in this world.
Martin is the host and managing editor of #RolandMartinUnfiltered, the first daily online show in history focused on news and analysis of politics, entertainment, sports, and culture from an explicitly African-American perspective.
He has been named four times by Ebony Magazine as one of the 150 Most Influential African -Americans in the United States.
In his career, Martin has been showered with more than 30 awards for journalistic excellence, including being named the Journalist of the Year in 2013 by the National Association of Black Journalists for his extensive focus on voter suppression and other issues of concern to African-Americans during the 2012 election.
ABOUT THE SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Terrance G. Hunt was a former president of the Dallas-Fort Worth Chapter of the FAMU National Alumni Association. He loved FAMU and worked tirelessly for tomorrow's FAMUans by dedicating his time, talents, and finances. We honor his memory and service through the Terrance G. Hunt Scholarship Fund and this event. The purpose of the scholarship is to assist current and incoming students from the Dallas-Fort Worth area with their financial obligations during their matriculation at Florida A&M University.