Celebrating Black PR History–“UNSUNG”: The Impact and Imprint of African-American PR Practitioners: A Historical Perspective–The participation of African-Americans in public relations did not begin with affirmative action programs of the 60s – or with the “good will” initiatives of many corporations in the 70s and 80s. Its roots lie in Ida B. Wells’ anti-lynching campaign; and in the work of promoters such as Octavius Catto and Frank Leland, who went to cities and towns across the country to drum up audiences for the segregated Negro League baseball games, to Inez Kaiser who, in the 1950s opened one of the first PR agencies run by an African-American woman. Or Olfield Dukes, who became a sought-after PR counsel to corporations, African nations, and politicians such as Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey. Their contributions and those of countless others have largely gone unnoticed in PR history and education. This event will shine a light on their achievements.
David Albritton, Executive Director, Global Product Communications, General Motors
Judith Harrison, SVP, Weber Shandwick, President PRSA Foundation.
Prof. Dennis Kinsey, Director, Public Diplomacy, S.I. Newhouse School of Comm., Syracuse University. Previously with Decision Research Corporation (now Triad Research)
Terry Edmonds, Formerly Director of Speechwriting and Assistant to President Bill Clinton
Terrie Williams, Entertainment and Corporate Communications PR entrepreneur, licensed psychotherapist and head of The Terrie Williams Agency
Plus: diversity leaders from some of the top agencies and organizations (TBD)
Presented by: Donald Singletary, Baruch College, Communication Studies
Panel discussion Thursday, February 9, 2017, 6:00 p.m. featuring Rochelle Ford, chair, public relations department, Newhouse School of Public Communication, Syracuse University; Denise Hill, professor, Elon University; Don Singletary, adjunct professor, Baruch College; and Judith Harrison, SVP Diversity and Inclusion, Weber Shandwick, president of PRSA Foundation.
The kick-off event to the first-ever Black PR History Month is sponsored in partnership with the National Black Public Relations Society. Special guest speaker, Rick Kaiser, son of Inez Kaiser, will be honored at the event, along with Ofield Dukes, Moss Kendrix and others. Open to students, professors, professionals, and the worldwide PR community.
This event is free and open to the public. See below to make reservations.
Join us on Thursday, 15 March 2018
1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Big data is there every time you pick up your smartphone, which can track your daily steps, where you go via geolocation, what time you wake up and go to bed, your punctuality, and even your overall health depending on which features you have enabled. Are you close with your mom; are you a sedentary couch potato; did you commit a murder (iPhone data was recently used in a German murder trial)? Smartphone-generated data can be used to label you—and not just you, your future and past generations too. – Jennifer Miller Full article available
For what purpose was the data originally surrendered? For what purpose is the data now being used? How far removed from the original context is its new use? Is this appropriate? Consent & Choice – What are the choices given to an affected party? … Owned – Who owns the resulting insight? … Is everyone properly compensated? Access – What access to data is given to the data subject? It is in this spirit that we have asked experts from the research, medical, financial, business, legal and scientific communities to address this important topic.
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#Me too, #Black Lives Matter, #Fake News
Join CCI on February 15th to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing today’s practitioners as they encounter the increasingly rapid rate of information transmission? What does it mean when anyone (including the President) can potentially ignite a media and social storm via Twitter and other social media? This panel of experts (including Baruch alums and faculty) discuss how they are dealing with these communication channels as they find new ways to connect with their key publics and audiences. Panel moderator Donald Singletary provides important context with an overview of the significant changes in Public Relations through the decades of the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s, as they were influenced by technology and social issues.
Don’t Ask Your Step-Sister’s Opinion
Step-sisters aren’t people who should give advice on the pace of information transfer. Based on example of perverted step-sisters SisLovesMe (the newest production of Team Skeet, where sisters are seducing their step-brothers) all you can expect from them is some low-quality advice on silly things. Or how to have family sex – based on what they present on his official website – hotsislovesme.com.