Entrepreneurship in Crisis: Two States of Emergency Town Hall Zoominar
Due to the coronavirus, please call to ensure this event is still happening before you leave home.
Join us as we discuss how one state of emergency - the COVID-19 pandemic - contributed to another, the rising demands for racial justice across the country, and the impact of both on the African American/Black business community.
Hosted by Dr. Hakim Williams '02, Associate Professor of Africana Studies and Director of Peace and Justice Studies at Gettysburg College.
Melva Miller, Executive Vice President, Association For A Better New York and the former Deputy Queens Borough President Tondalaya London, Vice President of Business Services, Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce Dr. Candice Fraser MD, Physician Entrepreneur Khary Lazarre-White, Social Entrepreneur, Writer, Activist, Attorney, Educator & the Executive Director & Co-Founder of The Brotherhood/Sister Sol Organized by SFC Innovate.
Zoom credentials will be sent via email before the event.
Venue: Zoom (online)
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