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Changing the future of a race

Jason Terrell graduated from Furman in 2012 with degrees in political science and philosophy.

Furman alum Jason Terrell ’12 is garnering lots of attention for his nonprofit organization that works to improve the future of young black men by supporting African-American male teachers. Profound Gentlemen is a Charlotte, N.C.-based nonprofit group founded by Terrell and Mario Jovan Shaw. The work of the two men, who were recently named to Forbes’ “30-Under-30,” was featured in The Charlotte Observer. Terrell graduated from Furman with a B.A. degree in political science and philosophy.

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