Morehouse & CBC Forum features Orrin Hudson
Orrin Hudson doing what he does best. Photo by Andy Phelan.

Orrin Hudson doing what he does best. Photo by Andy Phelan.

Orrin Hudson was one of several dignitaries taking part in a health fair sponsored by the Morehouse School of Medicine and the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation. The  event was billed "Unity, Education, Health and Wealth: It Takes a Healthy Village to Raise a Healthy Child" and featured U.S. Reps. John Lewis and David Scott; national best-selling author of Think and Grow Rich Dennis Kimbro, former Surgeon General Dr. David Satcher; Dr. Haki Madhubuti, the founder and president of Third World Press and co-founder of Betty Shabazz International Charter School in Chicago and poet; Jessica Care Moore among many others.

Hudson of Be Someone Incorporated, spoke on "Emerging Leaders Breakout: Promoting Healthy Behaviors and Leadership Among Young Men and Women." On tomorrow (November 19th), he speaks and signs his new book
One Move at a Time, How to Play and Win at Chess and Life! at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Atlanta. "Benjamin Franklin said 250 years ago that chess was an excellent way to teach life's lessons," he said. "That guy's on the $100 bill so maybe we should be listening." For more information, call 866-447-7103 or visit the CBCF online at www.cbcfinc.org.

Read Andy Phelan's article on Hudson here!

Posted by The Chess Drum: 18 November 2006