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Not one of these organizations is a Black organization.
In recognition of its commitment to diversity, JPMorgan Chase received the 2012 Team Diversity Leadership Award from SIFMA for its Black Organization for Leadership Development (BOLD) Business Resource Group.
We are a very black organization, but we are not a black organization.
com in 2001 as a response to a growing demand from celebrity authors, black organizations, and other companies that were seeking press coverage.
Moreover, in evaluations, program participants themselves kept a running commentary about the wisdom--or lack of it--of black organizations helping to stuff black activity into one month.
His interest in Turner as a freedom fighter and American patriot presaged that of the Harlem Renaissance and of a number of newly formed and politically assertive black organizations of the early twentieth century.
Black organizations such as the National Urban League and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People have never much involved themselves in welfare reform, preferring to let the states and welfare advocacy groups take the lead.
Nevertheless, that African Americans were gladly forming ecclesial entities separate from their white siblings and sometimes refusing even cooperative ventures with them demonstrates that the reasons for separate African or black organizations were still operative: escaping racist practices, having opportunities for freer styles of worship, conducting greater evangelistic and humanitarian work among blacks, securing ordination and other forms of leadership, and fighting slavery and thereafter racial discrimination.