WHEN: Tuesday, September 8 at 7pm ET
WHERE: CNBC's "The Path Forward: Race and Opportunity in America"
CNBC's "The Path Forward: Race and Opportunity in America," will air live on Tuesday, September 8th at 7pm ET. The one-hour program will take a closer look at the under-representation of Black workers and leaders in corporate America and consider whether there is an opportunity gap that affects the broader economy. "The Path Forward: Race and Opportunity in America," anchored by CNBC's Jon Fortt and Andrew Ross Sorkin, will highlight actionable ideas and potential solutions from business leaders including:
Viewers can join the conversation on LinkedIn beginning at 8pm ET, following the live broadcast of "The Path Forward: Race and Opportunity in America." Fortt and Sorkin will host a live Q&A incorporating viewer questions and comments as well as doing a deeper dive on some of the issues discussed on the program.
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