A Look Back at Cleary Gottlieb’s 2018 Heritage Month Celebrations
December 11, 2018
In 2018, Cleary Gottlieb hosted a wide array of heritage month celebrations that featured distinguished speakers.
The celebrations afforded opportunities to broaden awareness, heighten the level of discussion, and bolster the culture of inclusion at the firm. They helped to nurture an environment where members of the firm can interact and engage in thoughtful dialogue about contemporary topics that are critical to the success of a multicultural and global law firm.
Click below to look back at Cleary’s 2018 heritage month events:
- February 2018
Cleary hosted its annual Black History Month Celebration, a conversation with actress Yvonne Orji, best known for her role as Molly on HBO’s critically acclaimed series Insecure.
- May 2018
Cleary hosted its annual Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Celebration, “Bridging Cultures” with Marja Vongerichten, host of PBS’s TV series Kimchi Chronicles and author of the companion cookbook, Kimchi Chronicles: Korean Cooking for an American Kitchen.
- July 2018
Cleary hosted its annual Citywide Diversity Reception featuring Ta-Nehisi Coates for, “An Evolving Conversation: The Shifting Dynamics of Culture and Identity in America.”
- October 2018
Cleary, in partnership with the Hispanic National Bar Association, hosted its National Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration, “In America: Lo Que No Se Cuenta,” with award-winning news anchor and reporter Maria Hinojosa.
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