Panel Discussion

Negotiating For Racial Justice Within Companies - A Plan For Driving Outcomes

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Negotiating For Racial Justice Within Companies - A Plan For Driving Outcomes

Join Kwame Omari Christian and Patrice Peck as they discuss what it takes to negotiate for racial justice within organizations. Kwame is a lawyer, who focuses on negotiating for clients. Patrice is a veteran journalist, and the founder of the Coronavirus News for Black Folks newsletter. She recently gathered Black journalists, primarily from Buzzfeed, to demand that management acknowledges past injustices at the organization so they are not repeated against future generations.

Meet The Speakers

Patrice Peck
Patrice Peck

An experienced digital content creator with a strong interest in projects that require conceptual and analytical thinking. Co-founded a marketplace platform, but currently missing the collegiality and collaboration of working inside an organization. Fully-committed to designing and developing innovative web-based materials users will love.

Kwame Omari Christian, Esq., M.A.
Kwame Omari Christian, Esq., M.A.

Kwame Christian Esq., M.A. is the Director of the American Negotiation Institute where his responsibilities include conducting engaging negotiation and conflict management training seminars and providing individual negotiation/persuasion coaching for young professionals. His book, “Nobody Will Play With Me: Finding Confidence in Conflict”, is an Amazon Best-Seller and has helped countless individuals overcome the fear, anxiety, and emotion often associated with difficult conversations through a branded framework called Compassionate Curiosity.