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Carmichael Lynch Celebrates Black History Month

In effort to continue empowering its entire network of employees, clients, business and community partners in fostering Equity in Advertising, Carmichael Lynch is hosting a fireside chat with media trailblazer Amy DuBois Barnett, SVP and General Manager of BET Digital Thursday, February 25.

 

The event will center the role of advertising and media in building equity, and will be moderated by Carol Frazer Haynesworth, head of diversity, equity and inclusion at Carmichael Lynch.

 

Amy Dubois Barnett is an award-winning content, branding and cultural expert and former deputy editor of Harper’s Bazaar, and former editor-in-chief of Ebony, Honey and Teen People magazines.

 

The event is a continuation of Carmichael Lynch’s Black History Month programming, which has included multiple workshops, screenings and seminars.

 

 

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