I am honored to serve as the keynote speaker at the 33rd Annual Heman Sweatt Symposium of Civil Rights at The University of Texas at Austin. The symposium is named after Heman Marion Sweatt, the first African American admitted into the UT School of Law after the Supreme Court ruled in the landmark case of Sweatt v. Painter in 1950.

This two-day gathering, happening May 1-2, will explore both the historical and contemporary issues related to economic empowerment, such as: entrepreneurship, wealth-building, racial capitalism, self-determination, and innovation.

The symposium is FREE to attend. Click HERE to find out more about this amazing event and click HERE to RSVP.

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