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Templeton received the Circle 7 Profile of Excellence Award from KGO-TV, the ABC affiliate in San Francisco in December 2011 for his historic preservation and economic development work. The station featured him on a tour of San Francisco's African-American historic sites, which included a Prince Hall Masonic lodge founded in 1852, the country's oldest black-owned bookstore and a nightclub which has continually operated since 1959.
Earlier, he was the award-winning editor of America's oldest black newspaper, the Richmond AFRO-AMERICAN and Richmond Planet, and executive editor of the Winston-Salem Chronicle, first black newspaper to win the N.C. Press Association general excellence award.
Templeton was also press secretary for the lieutenant governor campaign of L. Douglas Wilder in Virginia, the first successful statewide election for an African-American in the southeast; and for Asa T. Spaulding Jr., first to win a southeastern primary as candidate for secretary of state in North Carolina.
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As a presenter, Templeton has keynoted the California Council for Social Studies, Impact 209, Celebrating Black American History, Greater Cincinnati Black Economic Empowerment Summit, South Florida State of Black Business Forum and presented scholarly papers at the Association for the Study of African-American Life and History and California Council for the Promotion of History.
He's provided professional development for San Francisco Unified; Sacramento City, Oakland Unified and San Diego City school districts.
S.F. Black Heritage Tours has served conferences ranging from the American Library Association, American Bar Association, American Educational Research Association, National School Boards Association and California Council for the Social Studies and groups like the Martin Luther King Jr. Research Institute at Stanford.
A Great Day in Gaming: From Queens to Silicon Valley: The Gerald A. Lawson Story and Freedom Riders of the Cutting Edge are signature documentaries of our new instructional channel ReUnion: Education-Arts-Heritage, designed to change the low participation of black students in math and science courses in high school. See these documentaries around the country.
Catapulting Learning and Innovation is an objective of our State of Black Business Forum series as we share how to spur Innovation & Equity through building new manufacturers to create much needed employment and wealth. Join us for the 2013 Innovation & Equity Symposium Jan. 15 in the nation's capital. The Symposium recognizes the 13th annual 50 Most Important African-Americans in Technology.
AFL-CIO hosted a screening of the ReUNION: Education-Arts-Heritage documentary The King Behind King, Bridges, Chavez and Mandela on Friday, March 16 sponsored by the Department of Professional Employees, A. Philip Randolph Institute, Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, and D.C. Labor FilmFest.
The College of Education of Georgia State University hosted Catapulting Learning and Innovation on March 30 in Room 150, 30 Pryor St. Templeton discusses ReUNION: Education-Arts-Heritage on April 27 for the Alonzo Crim Center for Urban Educational Excellence at Georgia State University.
The 9th National Black Business Month focuses on Job Creation and Innovation with events scheduled to Catapult Innovation in San Jose on June 16, Washington, D.C. on Aug. 3 and San Francisco on Aug. 11.
The 50 Top Names in Black Food will demonstrate the importance of the $6 billion black food industry in Harlem on Aug. 1.