Episode 8: Retention & Succession (Part 1) - The Role of Education, Mentorship & Succession Planning in Creating the Next Generation of Black Music Professionals

When
Tue 22nd September 2020
Where
Zoom
Tagged as
BDRB, breaking down racial barriers

Episode 8 - Retention & Succession (Part 1) - The Role of Education, Mentorship & Succession Planning in Creating the Next Generation of Black Music Professionals

Date: September 22, 2020

NEW TIME: 6:00PM (EDT)

Sign up for September 22 Session: BDRB.eventbrite.ca

Sign up for 10-part series here: BDRB.eventbrite.ca

CIMA, The Canadian Independent Music Association is facilitating a series of roundtable discussions on anti-Black racism in the Canadian music entertainment industry. The series is presented in association with supporting partner ADVANCE, Canada’s new Black Music Business Collective which is working to develop an infrastructure for the betterment, upliftment and retention of Black people in the music business. CIMA has invited peer and partner organizations from across the national industry to support the initiative.

Breaking Down Racial Barriers will take place in 10 zoom roundtable discussions, each Tuesday at 1pm beginning August 4th 2020.

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Episode 8 - Retention & Succession (Part 1) - The Role of Education, Mentorship & Succession Planning in Creating the Next Generation of Black Music Professionals

Episode 8 will take place on Tuesday, September 22 at 6:00PM (please note the time change). You can register for the September 22 session by clicking here or register for all 10 sessions here.

Episode Partners:

Alberta Music | Manitoba Music | Music BC | MusicOntario | Music PEI | Music Nova Scotia | Guild of Music Supervisors | Music Managers Forum Canada | Work in Culture

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