MOVIE SCREENING - Back by Popular Demand!
Being a Black Woman in Corporate America
Join BlackFemaleProject and HNTT Productions
for the 2nd screening of Invisible Women: Being a Black Woman in Corporate America.
Friday, November 11, 2016 | 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Holy Names University, 3500 Mountain Blvd, Oakland, CA
"Invisible Women: Being a Black Woman in Corporate America" is a powerful and inspiring documentary that uncovers the issues around racism that affect Black women in the Corporate workplace. In today's time we are hearing more Americans lobbying for women equality and diversity in the workplace. However, there is still a troubling issue that is yet to be addressed and resolved in light of the entire "girl power" anthem. Though many organizations are tackling the women equality issue by hiring more women into management and executive roles, a large gap still exists for Black women. The playing field isn't leveled, and qualified Black women are not being recognized and offered the same career growth opportunities as their white and other female counterparts. It's a real and raw reality for Black women, that at times leaves them feeling broken, hopeless, isolated, and overall devastated. The facts and details you will find out during this documentary will surprise you.
7:00pm - Film Showing
7:30pm - Intermission (beverages and hors d'oevres)
7:50pm - Q&A Panel w/ Dr. Vernita Marsh, LCP
8:50pm - Closing Remarks
Guests of BlackFemaleProject may enjoy a ticket discount, while supplies last. Use promo code "stroud" when prompted to ENTER PROMOTIONAL CODE.