From Day One Conferences

From Day One explores how companies can build well-grounded values into their business-diversity, responsibility, transparency-and stick with them in an economy driven by disruption.

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City Career Fair’s 2020 Schedule

City Career Fair

Disability:IN North Carolina Virtual Fall Conference

2020 is a year like no other, as businesses, government agencies and all Americans continue to show resiliency amid these unprecedented times.

Disability:IN North Carolina is grateful to our corporate sponsor, Trane Technologies and the VisAbility Employee Resource Group for hosting
our virtual event.

Join us on October 1, 2020 to celebrate National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) and discover your #DisabilityAdvantage.

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AAAED 46th National Conference

Our Kickoff session begins on June 23rd and the official conference occurs on October 7th. In between these two events there will be virtual sessions/webinars, in the place of the concurrent sessions that were part of the Washington, DC in-person conference.

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ERG Leadership Summit Week: A Virtual Event

Unleash Limitless Potential with your Employee and Business Resource Groups at the annual USC Marshall Center for Effective Organizations (CEO) ERG Leadership Summit – Now Virtual!

In partnership with the Association of ERGs & Councils, we invite you to learn from researchers and ERG, BRG, and DEI leaders during this interactive event. Plus learn from the Diversity Impact Awards which will showcase top organizations driving change.

It all happens from October 19-24, 2020!

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The National Association of African American Studies’ Call for Papers!

The National Association of African American Studies are calling for papers and presentations for their 29th National Conference on February 20-21, 2021. Papers must be submitted by November 14th. See below for all of the paper requirements. For more information, visit their website here.

Details for National Association of African American Studies Paper Call. It reads: Abstracts, not to exceed two  pages, should be submitted that
relate to any aspect of the African and African American experience.
Subjects may include, but are not limited to: unequal earning
capacity, mental health, legal system, police brutality, community
violence, shootings, discrimination, education, employment, family,
substance abuse, poverty, workplace inequalities, health, emergence
of an underclass, and other topics. Please indicate the time required
for presentation of your paper (25 minutes OR 45 minutes).