September 13, 2011
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Diversity 2011 Sponsors

The Community Foundation
University of Rochester
Time Warner
SUNY Brockport
Nixon Peabody LLP
Harris Beach PLLC
Harter Secrest & Emery LLP
Bausch & Lomb
Al Sigl Community of Agencies
LDA - Life and Learning
Rochester Business Alliance
Monroe Plan
St. John Fisher College
Monroe Community College
United Way

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Luncheon Keynote Cathy Bao Bean Will Talk on Bridging Cultures with Good Humor
Although we cannot understand a culture without understanding its humor, too often grist for the humor mill is shared only with obvious peers. I aim to enlarge the circle of peers by describing the “hyphenated” American as someone who goes from the ‘familiar’ to the ‘foreign’ on a daily basis. Whether from one side of the cafeteria to another, or one country to another, we all emigrate and immigrate from a more traditional world to/from the modern and back again. Read more!


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