ATLANTA (Nov. 9, 2015) — Clark Atlanta University (CAU) will welcome actor, philanthropist and author Terrence J Tuesday, Nov. 10, from 2:30 – 3:30 p.m. in the University’s Aldridge Auditorium. The North Carolina A&T alumnus will host the Wells Fargo “My Life, My Story, #MyUntold” Town Hall Meeting, part of the company’s commitment to redefine the images of African-American youth by using social media to capture students’ perspectives on “what it means to be African American today.”
WHO: Actor Terrence J and YBF.com Founder and CEO Natasha Eubanks join Wells Fargo representatives
WHAT: My Life, My Story #MyUntold, a discussion addressing ways HBCU students can help shift the perception of African American youth— as media stories often focus on struggle and defeat—by sharing stories that more authentically represent the community.
WHEN: Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 2:30 – 3:30 p.m. WHRE: Clark Atlanta University’s Aldridge Auditorium, located in the Thomas W. Cole Jr., Ph.D., Center for Research in Science and Technology on the main campus, 223 James P. Brawley Drive, S.W., in Atlanta.
HOW: Students will have an opportunity to share their stories during the Town hall meeting and by using the #MyUntold hashtag. An Instagram Meet-up and photo/video sessions follow the town hall meeting.
WHY: Wells Fargo is hosting this town hall meeting to shift the conversation to focus on the diversity of positive experiences and achievements that define the African-American experience, particularly among today’s college-aged population.
PHOTO/ VIDEO OPPS: Post-panel interviews are available to members of the pressCategory: Alumni, Staff, Students, Administration, Faculty
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