Black History

Collins Airihihenbuwa
February 19, 2021
One of the conventional lessons of leadership I was told by those I respect is to never look back at what happens in your former leadership positions. It is a given that your successor will espouse her or his philosophy, policy, and practices that may or may not align with yours. That is okay. It...


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Collins Airihihenbuwa
January 15, 2018
The recent racist comment on Haiti, El Salvador and African countries by President Trump and subsequent outcry offer many opportunities for a renewed action on this Martin Luther King Jr. day. The reference to African countries, El Salvador and Haiti as “shitholes” has been met with deserved condemnation. Yet, a handful of Africans have responded...


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