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An Evening Honoring the Life and Legacy of Botham Jean is Scheduled

Botham JeanA conversation with renowned author and professor Eric Michael Dyson and Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price will be featured at the annual Red Tie Gala 2022 Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Botham Jean. Cynt Marshall, Chief Executive Officer of the Dallas Mavericks will introduce the powerful speakers who will discuss the issues of the day. The entertainment for the evening will include performances by Lesley Christmas, Aldin Elmo Norville, and Brandt Jean. Angela Blair Jeffries, a multi-talented entertainer, will host the event.

The Botham Jean Foundation is a non-profit organization that continues the work their beloved brother and son Botham started, which provides aid to the most vulnerable. Some of his passions, which the Foundation supports, include giving back to the Saint Lucian community by providing financial and emotional support to the Boys’ training center, Transit Home for Children, and the Marian Home for the Elderly. The foundation will also provide support to families impacted by police brutality as well as persons in need of immigration guidance.

Botham Jean Who: Botham Jean Foundation Sponsors Price Waterhouse Coopers, Harding University, Dallas Mavericks, NFL

What: The Red Tie Gala 2022 Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Botham Jean

When: Saturday, Sept. 24, 2022, 7:30 pm VIP Reception – 6:00 pm

Where: Renaissance Hotel 15201 Dallas Parkway Addison, TX 75001

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