IPG and Black Employee Network Host Juneteenth Event

17 Jun 2021


In observance of Juneteenth, IPG Diversity and Inclusion and the Black Employee Network (BEN) hosted a conversation on Black joy, equity, and justice featuring Imani Perry, Hughes-Rogers Professor of African American studies at Princeton University.

Perry led an informed examination of the history and importance of Juneteenth, past and present systemic challenges in the United States, and the multi-layered legacies of slavery. Through a critical lens that spanned history, law, and culture, the conversation recognized the joys and triumphs of Black people and their storytelling.

For more information on Juneteenth, download this guide from IPG Diversity and Inclusion.