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Pivotal Events: Simma Lieberman and The March On Washington

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I especially want young adults to listen and download today’s show. It will help connect the words in the history books with one woman who experienced it first hand.  Everyone knows about the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. An impressive quarter of a million people heard his “I Have A Dream” speech live on the Washington Mall on that hot summer day in August 1963. Many more watched with anticipation on television.   The rest have read about it in the history books.

 

A very young Simma Lieberman was one of the lucky ones who heard the speech live among the crowds on the Washington Mall that fateful day in 63.’ And it proved to be life changing for her and countless others who dreamed of freedom and justice for all Americans.

 

Simma is my special guest today, and she will help paint the picture of why the King Dream matters as much today as it did almost 50 years ago.

 

Simma Lieberman is an international diversity and inclusion specialist based in San Francisco.  She has worked with major corporations across the US and her articles have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and Forbes.com.  She is the author of two books, Putting Diversity To Work, How To Successfully Lead a Diverse Workforce and a soon to be released anthology The Diversity Calling, Building Diverse Communities One Story At T Time.

 

Visit her website at www.simmalieberman.com.
 

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