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This event, in collaboration with the Korean Economic Institute of America, will discuss the importance of the Korean War as a major twentieth century conflict, look at the legacies of the war on Korea and the wider world today, and think about prospects for the Korean peninsula in the future.
Professor William Marshall and Professor Kerrel Murray will be joined by Teresa Wynn Roseborough ’86, who served as a lead litigator in the Bush v. Gore (2000) case.
Please join the Carolina Asia Center and the Asian American Center for our second event on Wednesday, September 30th in our series "Anti-Blackness and Alliance: A Series on Asian-Black Race Relations" with Iyko Day, Associate Professor at Mount Holyoke College. She will be presenting on "Affirmative Action Isn’t Reverse Jim Crow: Asian Americans and the Reconstruction of White Entitlement."
Get out of the day-to-day and plan for the future. This course is a unique opportunity to create a thoughtful roadmap for succession in your family business. Come explore and analyze family business continuity challenges and common practices for successfully leading family-owned enterprises. Emphasis is placed on the importance of open, transparent communication in the family; the creation of a shared vision for the business; and the alignment of family and business goals.
Veteran investigative journalists Nikole Hannah-Jones (2020 Pulitzer Prize winner) and Ron Nixon, founders of the Ida B. Wells Society at UNC’s Hussman School of Journalism and Media, offer reflections on the origins of "The 1619 Project" and Black journalism today.