Come hear about an exciting alternative career. Floyd McKissick, Jr., a Duke Law alum and son of the late civil rights activist Floyd McKissick, is the current North Carolina senator for Durham County. He is also author of a guide book for the International Trade Administration in the U.S. Department of Commerce. McKissick, Jr. will offer advice to those interested in pursuing this career as well as traditional legal careers. This event is part of Black Awareness Month, who theme is "Bridging the Gap - Between All in Different Facets of Life and Between the Past and Present". Lunch will be served. For more information, contact Maryann Flanigan at email@example.com.
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