Black Trust: Economic Deliverance

Join us for Boston Ujima Project’s third ever #BlackTrust Event in our 2018 Chuck Turner Arts & Lecture Series.

The event will open with a screening of mini-documentary “Are We Serious This Time?,” produced by Bithiah Carter and Bridgit Brown.

We will be joined by Bithiah Carter, President and CEO of New England Blacks in Philanthropy. Bithiah will share about her work to reframe what giving, investing, and philanthropy look like in Black communities.

The event is free and open to the community. Light refreshments will be provided.

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Bithiah Carter has a passion for philanthropy and fueling the 21st Century mindset by shining a light on racial assets and how they can be leveraged to improve education, workforce, and economic resources in our communities. Her experience is rooted in both Wall Street finance and community non-profit and foundation leadership.

Bithiah is currently the President of New England Blacks in Philanthropy. She previously served as Executive Director of Grand Circle Foundation, Senior Director in the Community Impact Division of United Way, and Program Director at the Girls’ Coalition of Greater Boston. Bithiah also worked for nearly ten years in the financial services industry in New York City and Boston. In addition, she serves as a member of the board of directors of several local and national non-profit organizations.

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