Engaging Your Community: Retention of African Americans in Knoxville

In Knoxville, there is a brain drain of talented African Americans who live, work and play here.

The Commission for Blacks pleased to host a panel of Knoxville leaders that will discuss the hidden beauties that Knoxville has to offer and how African Americans can find their connection with the city.

Sharee Gilbert, WVLT, will serve as emcee and our panelists include Rickey Hall, UT Chancellor for Diversity, Phyllis Nichols, President of Knoxville Area Urban League,Madeline Rogero, Mayor of Knoxville, andBuzz Goss, Founder of Marble Alley Development LLC.

Join us on November 12th from noon to 1:00 p.m. at the College of Law, room 135.

Tuesday, 12 November, 2013


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College of Law, Suite 135

1505 W Cumberland Avenue
Knoxville, TN 37996
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