April 9, 2021 • Virtual

Sustaining the Momentum of Anti-Racism in Business

Students from UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School and North Carolina Central University’s School of Business will address inequities in corporate systems and discern the role they can play as conduits for change. They’re driven by the desire to provide a platform for honest discussion and collaborative coordination to answer the question of whether our country is experiencing a moment or a movement. Their goal is to raise awareness, encourage meaningful dialogue, and sustain the momentum to effect real change in the business arena.


This symposium will take place via Zoom webinar on Friday, April 9th. Join us as we hope to create long-term strategies to build on the momentum to effect real systemic change.


See a list of all confirmed speakers and moderators.


The Sustaining the Momentum of Anti-Racism in Business symposium will take place via Zoom webinar on Friday, April 9th.


There is no fee to attend this event; however, you must register in advance.


Kenan-Flagler Business School

UNC Kenan-Flagler offers a broad range of programs in a collaborative culture rooted in core values that date back to its founding in 1919. Graduates are renowned as effective, principled leaders with the technical knowledge and leadership skills to deliver results in the global business environment.



NC Central School of Business

North Carolina Central University School of Business delivers high-impact undergraduate and graduate business education programs through innovative teaching, relevant scholarship, and academic service learning.




Providing a world-class, transformative scholarship experience for exceptional students who are committed to learning and working at the intersection of business, academia, policy, government and the nonprofit sector at home or abroad.



Minority Student Business Alliance

The Minority Business Student Alliance creates professional opportunities that enable students to actualize their potential. We seek to empower, educate, and elevate underrepresented minorities by providing professional development and networking opportunities with various corporate firms. Although based in UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School, MBSA is open to all business-minded undergraduate students at UNC-Chapel Hill.


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