Inspired by a people-centered design ethos and John Carlos and Tommie Smith's protest at the 1968 Mexico City Olympic Games, our mission is to improve the work experiences of Black professionals in sport and entertainment organizations.
Recent article written by Dr. Agyemang concerning the potential impact racist abuse can have on African football.
68th St. founder Dr. Kwame Agyemang recently wrote an article for GeoSport, a publication of the Institut de Relations Internationales et Stratégiques (IRIS) and Emlyon Business School.
Race is a construct that seeps into every facet of society. Hosted by 68th St. founder Dr. Kwame Agyemang, this eye-opening and enlightening podcast features conversations about how race manifests itself in the workplace.
On Sunday, July 19th, 68th St. founder, Dr. Kwame Agyemang, co-moderated a post-show discussion with Kelley Girod on colonialism and how the past has influenced our present and future.
On Friday, May 29th, 68th St. founder Kwame Agyemang hosted an anti-racism seminar titled, "Interrupting and Unlearning Racial Bias: From Non-Racist to Anti-racist."