Diversity celebrated at annual WC brotherhood breakfast

The African American Men of Westchester held their 20th annual Brotherhood Breakfast yesterday morning to celebrate diversity in both the business world and Westchester County as a whole.

The event was held at the Double Tree Hotel in Tarrytown, where speakers discussed the importance of diversity in the workplace to build a successful business, even in these tough economic times.

?Inclusion is tremendously important to get everybody to be a part of moving forward as we are suffering during the economic downturn,? said Jim Bostic, of the United Way.

The breakfast is held every year to benefit the African American Men of Westchester?s youth and community service programs. For more information on the group and their programs click here.

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