TV One Commentator, Roland S. Martin to Keynote Men's Day at West Hunter Street Baptist Church  

Top Quote Annual Program to take place on Sunday, July 22, 2018. End Quote
  • Atlanta, GA (1888PressRelease) July 17, 2018 - Historic West Hunter Street Church Baptist Church is pleased to announce that Award-winning TV Host, Journalist, Activist and Author, Roland Martin, as the Keynote Speaker for its Annual Men’s Day program, 11 AM Sunday July 22nd 2018.

    All interested are welcome to attend the program which will take place in the Sanctuary of West Hunter Street Baptist Church located at 1040 Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard, S.W.  Atlanta, GA 30310.
    Martin has long been a powerful and unique voice in media who is best known for his attitude, professionalism and direct, no-nonsense way of delivering the news. A former commentator for CNN, Martin later joined the TV One cable network as host of "News One Now," a live, one-hour weekday morning news program that aired for four years.

    Martin is a NAACP Image Award winner and in 2013 was named Journalist of the Year by the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ).

    “We are proud to welcome Roland Martin to our Church,” says Dr.Toussaint K.Hill Jr., Pastor of West Hunter Street Baptist Church. “Roland unapologetically expresses his views on everything from politics to entertainment and he does it in a way that resonates with audiences and distinguishes him as one of the best in the industry.”

    To learn more about attending Men’s Day at West Hunter Street Baptist Church, please email infowhsbc ( @ ) gmail dot com or call (404) 758-5563 dot
    Established in 1881 in Atlanta GA, West Hunter Street Baptist Church has a long and distinguished legacy and serves as a vanguard of social justice, racial harmony and equality. Over the years the church has been blessed with the historic stewardship of Rev. Dr. A. Franklin Fisher who was very instrumental in the 1950s desegregation of the Atlanta trolley cars and the public school system; and Rev. Dr. Ralph David Abernathy who was a great leader of the civil rights movement next to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Today, this legacy continues under the direction of the Church’s current Pastor, Dr.Toussaint K.Hill Jr., whose leadership is focused on aiding the least, lost and last of our society. Learn more

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