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Thinking Forward Lecture Series: Equality Matters in the Hamptons at BCCRC
February 1 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pmFree
THINKING FORWARD LECTURE SERIES 2020
“Equality Matters in the Hamptons”
Celebrate the Start of Black History Month
Presented by the Bridgehampton Child Care & Recreational Center
Saturday February 1st at 5:30 PM (Doors open 5:00 PM)
551 Sag Harbor Turnpike Bridgehampton
Join us with Kofi Appenteng, President of the Africa-America Institute, for an important conversation about the need to include knowledge about the role of Africa in the world and the achievements of Afro-descendants in the core of our educational curriculum. Moderated by Ken Miller.
-Appenteng has 30 years of domestic and international experience as a corporate lawyer, investment banker and board director.
-Served as board chair of the Ford Foundation.
-In recognition of his work in business and philanthropy, he was named a “Great American Immigrant” by the Carnegie Corporation in 2013.
-Born in Ghana, West Africa, Appenteng began his education in England where he completed his primary and secondary education and then came to the United States to attend college at Wesleyan University.
– Began his career as a corporate lawyer and, in 1994, became the first Black African to become a partner at a major New York City law firm.
Ken Miller is a writer, financier, political activist and long- time advisory board member of BHCCRC. In his youth, he was active in the civil rights movement.
All our lectures are free. Refreshments will be served.
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Bridgehampton Child Care & Recreational Center Born out of tragedy in 1949, when a fire killed two children in a local migrant camp, out of the ashes rose the Bridgehampton Child Care & Recreational Center. The Center continues to serve the community’s children with educational and enrichment programs. For many working families, The Center is a lifeline. Their kids flourish in our many programs and play safely on the six-acre farm and fields donated to create The Center in the 1950’s.