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Wednesday, Dec 08, 2021

Upcoming Key Multicultural & Diversity Events

December 2021 and beyond

Featured Events
  • Black Virtual Career Fair Hosts Its Annual Winter Career Fair, December 9, 9AM-1PM PST
  • “Kathleen Turner: Finding My Voice,” December 16
  • Clyde’s on Broadway starring Uzo Aduba through January 16, 2022
  • Community Marketing & Insights LGBTQ Marketing & Advertising Symposium, Spring 2022
Black Virtual Career Fair Hosts Its Annual Winter Career Fair! Thursday, December 9, 9AM-1PM PST (More than 1000 Job Opportunities for Black Professionals!)
Black Virtual Career Fair (BVCF) hosts its Annual Winter Virtual Career Fair, matching Black professionals with exciting career opportunities at forward thinking and inclusion minded companies. BVCF provides a unique avenue for career acceleration. The career fair will feature 25 companies and have more than 1000 job opportunities nationwide in ALL INDUSTRIES including TECH. December’s career fair is sponsored by Apple, Credit Suisse, PwC, Wayfair, Zendesk, Zocdoc. Visit for FREE REGISTRATION. We encourage you to REGISTER EARLY take advantage of BVCF’s pre-fair employer interview selection! This event is presented by the African American Employee Network (AAEN) and Onyx Community Connection (Onyx).
“Kathleen Turner: Finding My Voice” The Town Hall, NYC, December 16

Stage and screen icon Kathleen Turner returns to the New York stage in a one-woman show for one performance only – Kathleen Turner: Finding My Voice ( which documents the remarkable behind-the-scenes journey of her astonishing career. Finding My Voice plays The Town Hall in New York City on December 16 at 8PM. Peppered with music from the great American songbook, Kathleen sings hits including “It’s Only a Paper Moon”, “I’d Rather Be Sailing”, “On the Street Where You Live” and “Every Time We Say Goodbye,” showcasing her trademark husky voice. Finding My Voice is a deeply personal show packed with humor, great music, and one of a kind insights from the lady herself. Turner developed Finding My Voice in 2017 with Andy Gale and Mark Janas, and the show has played both nationally and internationally. “In the show, I talk about growing up and how I started acting 42 years ago; then into present-day projects and the wild variety of work that I do,” said Kathleen Turner. “I want to take audiences inside my life – about me, my adventures, what I’ve learned and what I believe in. In Finding My Voice, there’s no hiding behind a character, but I really enjoy that.” Tickets for Finding My Voice are $57 – $97 with premium tickets available. Premium ticket holders receive a signed headshot of Ms. Turner. Tickets can be purchased at or by calling (212) 997-6661

Clyde’s on Broadway starring Uzo Aduba through January 16, 2022

A fast paced 95-minute production with pyrotechnics, both onstage and in its powerful message, Clyde’s is the new play from two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage, a riveting comedy at Second Stage’s Helen Hayes Theater in New York City. Clyde’s, which takes place in a truck stop sandwich shop, presents Uzo Aduba, (Orange Is the New Black) in the title role, who gives a funny and captivating performance as the boss of four kitchen workers, (Ron Cephas Jones, Edmund Donovan, Reza Salazar and Kara Young)all formerly incarcerated, now trying to rebuild their lives. As the only Broadway company exclusively devoted to living American writers Second Stage is dedicated to introducing the world to bold and diverse voices of American creativity. Among the community initiatives presented along with this production Second Stage is hosting weekly talkbacks and post-show panel discussions to highlight the issues of the play. The talkbacks are curated by a partner group with speakers from their staff and community members, criminal justice reform advocates, and people with lived experience of incarceration and the criminal justice system. The Art for Justice Fund organization will lead the December 9th talkback and also contributed a Playbill insert “10 Things You Can Do to Support Returning Citizens.” Additional Second Stage social justice initiatives aimed at people affected by the U.S. criminal justice system include a paid apprenticeship at Second Stage for impacted youth; an art exhibit at the Hayes Theater featuring works by people impacted by the justice system; and a job fair aimed at connecting justice system-impacted individuals with job opportunities and training. The Job Fair, tentatively scheduled for early 2022, is presented in partnership with the Youth Justice Network and other groups focused on employment services for returning citizens to engage hotels, restaurants, and other businesses in Times Square that have a commitment to Fair Chance hiring. Second Stage is inviting fellow Broadway non-profit theaters to participate in the event. Learn more about all community initiatives at Second Stage has embarked on a path to become a diverse, equitable, inclusive and anti-racist organization. Learn more at Purchase tickets for CLYDE’S at or call 212-541-4516.

Community Marketing & Insights LGBTQ Marketing & Advertising Symposium in Spring 2022, presented as a series of zoom sessions. Attendance is free. Agenda, dates/times and links will be provided in advance to all those who register.

Don’t miss this comprehensive research, advertising, marketing and communications forum, helping you better understand and serve LGBTQ consumers. Audience: Marketing, advertising, PR and communications professionals across all industries, who want to successfully reach diverse LGBTQ communities, and initiate or update effective strategies. Perfect for LGBTQ market newbies and veterans alike! No charge to attend; Free symposium registration: Agenda and further details will be sent closer in to start date. Other resources: Request your free report: 15th Annual LGBTQ Community Survey report on over 15,000 LGBTQ Americans (free download link will be sent by return email).

Upcoming Events in 2021 and beyond

Check back to view updated information as we receive it which will be posted at

Dec 9, 2021
Black Virtual Career Fair Hosts Its Annual Winter Career Fair! Thursday, December 9, 9AM-1PM PST (More than 1000 Job Opportunities for Black Professionals!)

Dec 16, 2021
“Kathleen Turner: Finding My Voice”

through Jan 16, 2022
Clyde’s on Broadway starring Uzo Aduba

Spring 2022

Community Marketing & Insights LGBTQ Marketing & Advertising Symposium

More Events and Organizations

Adweek Virtual Events
AfroTech World
ANA Educational Foundation (AEF)
Asian American Advertising Federation (3AF)
Asian American Business Development Center (AABDC)
Black Enterprise
Black Health Matters
Blacks in Travel and Tourism
Black Media Honors
Building a Successful Diverse Business
Tuck Executive Education at Dartmouth
Chicago Advertising Federation
Color Magazine
Derby Diversity Business Summit
Diversity MBA Magazine
Diversity Woman
eMERGING Tech Leadership Summit
TechLatino: Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association National
El Museo del Barrio
Girl Be Heard
Growing an Established Diverse Business
Tuck Executive Education at Dartmouth
“Help Wanted: An Examination of Hiring Algorithms, Equity, and Bias” Tech 2025
Hispanic Executive magazine
Hispanic Federation
Hispanic Radio LIVE!
Hispanic Television Summit
Hispanic Women of Distinction
¡Latin Food Fest!
Latinas & Power Symposium
Latino Business Action Network In collaboration with Stanford Graduate School of Business
Light of Gold PR
Multicultural Foodservice & Hospitality Alliance (MFHA) webinars
NAMC National
National Museum of the American Indian
New York State Bar Association
New York Women in Communications (NYWICI) Matrix Awards
Odyssey Media
PEOPLE en Español Poderosas LIVE!
Proud To Be Latina
She Runs It
Silicon Harlem
Tech UP For Women
The AD Club of New York
The Climb Summit – Presented by I Choose the Ladder
The Female Quotient
The Marketing Ethnic Faculty Association (MEFA)
The 3% Movement
The National Hispanic Corporate Council
United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation
What Women Want National Conference
Women and Worth Virtual Summit
Wonder Women Tech

Working Mother Media

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