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Common Ground Leadership Awardees in Massachusetts who lead by example and inclusion

Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedinmailuf2013_commonground_cover2x2webMeet some of Massachusetts’ most talented professionals and learn about their diverse success stories in  UnityFirst.com’s Common Ground 2013 Special Issue and  Resource Guide.   To view the issue, Click Here. This reference-styled issue, with opening articles featuring President Obama, Deepak Chopra and the popular entertainer Mario, celebrates this year’s Common Ground Leadership Award recipients. The awardees lead by example — with the collective success of the recipients spanning many decades– from a 90-year old who supported the many Black entertainers who came to New England  in the 1950s and 1960s to a woman who is launching a major statue in Boston that recognizes the importance of diversity and inclusion to the Commonwealth and world. Click here to view the publication.

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