November 18, 2014, How Can We Increase the Presence of Black Males in Business, Finance, and Law
Our panelists presented some of the latest research on diversity in the legal and other professional sectors and discussed such pressing questions as: Can successful practices aimed at increasing diversity inform the business, finance, and legal sectors’ efforts to increase the number of Black males in their fields? How can collaboration within each sector or among sectors improve outcomes for young future leaders and employers’ diversity goals?
October 29, 2014, Why Wall Street Should Be Alarmed about the Skyrocketing Growth of Incarceration
Forty years ago, the U.S. decided to get tough on crime. We adopted laws that sent more citizens to jail for longer sentences, which ballooned the U.S. incarceration rate to a level unprecedented in the history of this or any other country. A growing body of scientific evidence proves that “tough-on-crime” has been a disastrous [...]
January 28, 2014, Building Winning Strategies in Education
Closing the Opportunity Gap for Young Black Men Location: Vera Institute of Justice The first forum engaged experts from secondary and post-secondary education programs in a discussion about how they are closing the gap in opportunity for the economic success of young Black men, and explored the challenges the programs face. Opening Remarks: Nick Turner, [...]
June 16, 2010 Luncheon
The luncheon was held at Cipriani.
June 18, 2009 Luncheon
The luncheon was held at the Metropolitan Club.
July 11, 2008 Forum
The event was held at Chelsea Piers. From a modest start two years ago, this initiative has become a broad-based collaborative committed to closing the stark divide between America’s promise and the social, economic and political realities of young black men.
May 7 2008, Early Care and Education Fund Luncheon
The luncheon was held at 125 Broad Street, New York. Featured guests were Margot Hammond, Bank Street College, Director, Center for Early Childhood Professionals, and committee member, Pipeline Crisis Winning Strategies Early Childhood Working Group; and Maureen Denton, Assistant General Counsel, Goldman Sachs.
July 13, 2007 Forum
The Pipeline Crisis/ Winning Strategies Initiative held its second summer Forum at Chelsea Piers in New York City .
March 1, 2007 Winter Session
This session – purposely aimed at leaders and potential contributors – is the start of the process of identifying concrete action items to address the social and economic divide between young black men and the rest of society.
July 14, 2006 Forum
Over 1,000 guests participated in a ground-breaking forum this afternoon entitled “The Pipeline Crisis: Winning Strategies for Young Black Men” at Pier Sixty at Chelsea Piers. Sullivan & Cromwell LLP, Goldman, Sachs & Co. and the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race & Justice at Harvard Law School co-hosted this important forum to discuss the [...]