Two Speeches on the U.S. Election from Humanity in Action and the NAACP
Thursday, November 2 – Humanity in Action is pleased to share two speeches given at the recent New York Conference. NAACP President & CEO Cornell Brooks delivered the opening keynote on "Racial Justice and the Right to Vote in 2016." To listen to his speech on iTunes, please click here.
Speaking on racial justice, voting rights and political discourse in the 2016 election, Brooks called upon the Humanity in Action community to continue actively engaging with issues of democracy and diversity.
For a podcast of the session, please listen below.
Humanity in Action Founder and Executive Director, Judith S. Goldstein, also delivered a powerful speech with her reflections on what the 2016 election has revealed about diversity and social progress in the United States.
To read her entire speech, please click here.
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