Presented by the Mel King Institute.
The Black Policy Conference is a leading policy driven forum to address issues affecting Black communities. The conference provides an opportunity for the convergence of academics and practitioners with the hope and intent of finding sustainable solutions for issues facing Black communities.
The four key goals of the conference are:
- Enrich the dialogue at Harvard University and beyond around Black issues
- Build a sustainable network among current students, alumni, faculty, and policy practitioners
- Create innovative ideas and share best practices addressing policy issues that affect Africa and the African Diaspora
- Inspire individuals to be engaged in the policy-making process
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