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Kerry-Ann Hamilton
Media Relations Manager

CNN Analyst Roland Martin to Explore Faith, Ethics

WASHINGTON (Sept. 1, 2010) – Award-winning journalist Roland S. Martin will speak at Howard University Andrew Rankin Memorial Chapel on Faith in the Workplace: How Faith and Ethics Impact Professional Responsibility in Media.  The discussion will take place from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 8.
Roland Martin

Martin’s discussion is part of an ongoing series addressing how faith and ethics inform, inspire, impact and challenge professional choice and responsibility in all fields of study and professional practice.  The event is sponsored by the Spiritual and Ethical Dimensions of Leadership Initiative of Rankin Chapel and the School of CommunicSations.

Martin is a key member of CNN's "Best Political Team on Television," TV One Cable Network commentator, Tom Joyner Morning Show senior analyst, online contributor and the author of Listening to the Spirit Within: 50 Perspectives on Faith and The First: President Barack Obama’s Road to the White House as Originally Reported by Roland S. Martin.  He is the former executive editor/general manager of the Chicago Defender, the nation’s most historic Black newspaper. He is the former founding news editor for Savoy Magazine under the team of New York-based Vanguarde Media, and the former founding editor of

He has made numerous appearances on MSNBC, Fox News, Court TV, BET Nightly News, BBC News, National Public Radio, The Word Network and America's Black Forum

Rankin Chapel is located on the main campus of Howard University at 6th and Howard Place NW, Washington, DC.  For more information, call 202-806-7280 or email


DeAnne Bradley, media relations intern, contributed to this release.

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