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NAAAHR Celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Dignity & Respect!
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Dear Members,


On behalf of the National Association of African Americans in Human Resources (NAAAHR) National Board of Directors and the Office of the Chair, please join me in celebrating the life and works of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  His life’s works represent one of our key aims as a national association of black and African American human resources practitioners and those who are aligned with our goals.


·       To establish a mechanism to monitor legislation and other factors that affect Human Resources practitioners and to develop strategies that effectively represent membership interests.


Since many of our members in the United States are originally from Haiti and various African countries, WE STAND UNTIED against any comments that do not represent their great contributions to the field of Human Resources.


Some of the most outstanding and influential HR executives in the world are among the membership ranks of NAAAHR. We are committed to ensuring that we as an Association continue to make our workplaces free from and any type of negative actions, comments or harassment that may cause an adverse impact on all people who represent our global workforce. You are encouraged to stand as inclusion advocates by clicking here for information on how to contact your elected officials to personally make a difference in our communities.


Decide today to join the nation’s largest professional association dedicated to providing leadership on issues affecting our membership of over 15,500 Black and African American human resources practitioners and those who support our mission.



William T. Rolack, Sr.

President & CEO


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