fbpx Unfinished Business: A Candid Conversation on the Legacy of Service and Breaking Barriers | Harvard Kennedy School
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Date and Location

February 24, 2021
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST



As an intelligence and national security community, we understand the value of acknowledging Black history as an opportunity to learn from our mistakes when America has been at her worst, but also an opportunity for us to revel in the celebration of America at her best.  Black History Month should be a moment where all Americans take some time to reflect on, honor, and celebrate the extraordinary achievements and sacrifices of those whose story is often untold, neglected, or unappreciated.

Black History is not about one static moment or icon in time. It's living, breathing, and being made every single day. Black history in America is American History. Our beloved "not broken, but simply unfinished" Republic would not exist without the contributions of black patriots.

In celebration of this legacy, please join the Intelligence Project for a candid conversation with Remi Adeleke and Asha Castleberry-Hernandez on the historical contributions of Black American's to national security and intelligence.

Speakers and Presenters

​Remi Adeleke and Asha Castleberry-Hernandez