2009 Annual Event with Guest Speaker – Tony Brown
When: Thursday, April 30, 2009
Where: The Afro–American Cultural Center at Yale University
Television commentator and self–empowerment advocate Tony Brown’s life, embodies the American dream. He is best known as the commentator of the PBS series Tony Brown’s Journal, the longest–running series on PBS and the nation’s oldest and leading African–American TV series. He has also distinguished himself as the best–selling author of three books and as a keynote speaker, commentator, syndicated columnist, film director and educator.
In his latest release, a powerful and highly personal book, What Mama Taught Me, Brown describes the seven core values, given to him by his Mama that have sustained his life and given it meaning. In other words, he writes, “Mama,’ a maid and dishwasher in Charleston, West Virginia, gave him health, wealth and happiness.
Mr. Brown shared experiences and excerpts from his new book: “What Mama Taught Me”.
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