Inspired by a people-centered design ethos and John Carlos and Tommie Smith's protest at the 1968 Mexico City Olympic Games, 68th St. is a consulting agency founded to assist public figures and organizations advance racial equity in the workplace and society.
68th St. offers consulting and education to support its clients in three areas:
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Inflection Point takes you inside the minds of some of today's working professionals to explore turning points, or significant events in their careers that resulted in important change.
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."