Celebrity newlyweds Meagan Good and DeVon Franklin and other celebrities divulged their formula for successful marriages during the Walmart “Black Love and Relationships” program inside the Bank of America Auditorium of the Shirley A. Massey Executive Conference Center at Morehouse College in Atlanta. The panel discussion is part of Walmart’s “History Teaching History” Black History Month campaign that continues into the top of March.
Good, the star of the new NBC prime time hit “Deception,” and Franklin, the Hollywood executive who helped produce such hits as Sparkle and Karate Kid, were joined Stellar award-winning artist Bishop Paul S. Morton and his wife, Pastor Debra Morton as TV One’s “Love Addiction” host Dr. Alduan Tartt moderated the discourse inside a packed auditorium.
Paying homage to Black History Month, Walmart is hosting four historical events featuring modern day African-American heroes and high-profiled celebrities who will share their secret to success with Walmart associates and community members.
The final event, “Sports Legends: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow,” will be powered by boxing legend Ray Jones Jr. and sports pioneers Bill Lester of NASCAR and golf phenom Ginger Howard and takes place Saturday, March 2, 2013 at 2 p.m. at Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church in Orlando, Fla.