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Only in Print: Archbishop Molloy Town Hall Reflects On Black Identity in the Workplace

“For me as a black woman, black excellence means making the most out of the resources in which I’m provided and shaping and stepping into the fullness of my own black identity and celebrating it, while also navigating the obstacles that arise because of that celebration,” Tenisha McDonald said during her opening remarks.

BRIARWOOD — At its inaugural town hall discussion last month, Archbishop Molloy High School’s new Council for Diversity & Inclusion posed a community-wide question: “What does black excellence mean to you?”

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