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Complete Count Kickoff
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Envisioning 21st Century City - September 2018 Lessons from Dubai, Diversity Council Fundraising Event
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Rochester Area Nonprofit Consortium Forum for Area Agencies
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Third Judicial District Report on April 2016: Conversation with the Black Community
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Black History - Maestro's Brown Bag Lunch
Maestro Jere Lantz, Executive Director of the Rochester Symphony, will present on "The Contributions of African American Musicians to the American Musical Lexicon."
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The Lives, Loves, & Passions of African American Female Composers
Dr. Yolanda Williams will examine the joys, sorrow, and concerns expressed by four Black women through their compositions and perform selections by these great musicians.
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Allies & Advocates Bootcamp
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Allies & Advocates Bootcamp
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Hidden Fences: Overcoming Obstacles to Change
Professor Harris will give a talk that encourages people to stand with integrity instead of public opinion. In 2015 she co-authored a book on Black Lives Matter. The general public felt uncomfortable. FOX News accused her of indoctrinating white school children, and she received death threats. In 2016, she co-authored a book about the Black women who worked at NASA from World War II until the Moon Landing. She was asked to appear on the local news five times in 13 days. Same co-author, same publisher. Two very different responses. She will ask you to consider, "Why does the study of dark matter by Black women have more value than Black lives actually mattering?" 45-minute presentation 10-minute Q & A Light breakfast treats - $10/participant Register online
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EquityLogic for Small Business: Module 1
Module 1 is an introductory look into the topics of diversity and inclusion. The presentation will include activities on bias and cultural understanding, as well as discussion about the barriers to and benefits of inclusivity in the workplace. Module 1 also includes a brief section on understanding culture as well as tools for increasing diversity and inclusion in the workplace through improving job recruitment and job descriptions. $30 per session, $70 for all three sessions
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