The 17th Annual Rainbow PUSH Wall Street Project Economic Summit was held on Tuesday, February 11 - Thursday, February 13, 2014 at the Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel in New York, NY. The theme was “50 YEARS AFTER THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT: The Unfinished Agenda for Economic Justice.” Thanks to all who attended this event.
The Wall Street Project challenges corporate America to end the multi-billion-dollar trade deficit. with minority vendors and consumers and works to ensure equal opportunity for diverse employees, entrepreneurs, and consumers.Read More
Don't miss the Wall Street Project Gala Fundraiser Reception, Wednesday, February 12, 2014: "Wall Street Goes Uptown to Harlem". The "Harlem Speakeasy" will feature a performance from the cast of the Broadway hit "After Midnight"Read More
The Summit will feature many exciting sessions and activities including: Equity & Parity Luncheon; Business of Hip Hop; Labor, Ministers, and Community Leaders Breakfast; Career Symposium; Shared Thoughts of Titans; and much more...Read More
Since the first Wall Street Project Conference in 1998 at the World Trade Center and the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), many people have participated. Here is just a sampling through photographs...
Photographs Courtesy of Margot Jordan.
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