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Join us in celebrating Black History Month 2022!
"A Blessing": LBL@Harvard Business School presents: A Virtual Author Chat
February 28, 6-7:15 pm ET, virtual
Join Bonita C. Stewart (former VP of Global Partnerships at Google) and Jacqueline Adams (Former CBS correspondent for the White House), authors and Harvard Business School (HBS) alumni, in a virtual discussion on their research on Women of Color in business, generational diversity, and how Black unicorns can “team up” and find innovative ways to support one another in their careers. Harvard Senior Lecturer Henry McGee will be leading the chat in this exciting Black History Month collaboration between the iconic HBS Baker Library and Little Black Library.
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