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Hyundai Motor America celebrates Black History Month 
By Sentinel News Service  
Published March 1, 2018

 Members of the Hyundai African American Resource Group – The Hyundai Soul – pictured with former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N., Andrew Young. (L to R), Zafar Brooks, Mary Bae, Ambassador Andrew Young, Chau Nguyen, Tem Armstrong, and Peter Anderson. (Courtesy of Hyundai)  

 Hyundai Motor America hosted its annual Black History Month program on February 22, 2018. The event was held at the company’s U.S. headquarters in Orange County, CA. The event included keynote remarks by the Civil Rights Icon, Ambassador Andrew Young, and a special musical performance from the recording artist, MAJOR.

Ambassador Andrew Young (Courtesy of Hyundai)

Hyundai President and CEO, Kenny Lee addressed the audience about Hyundai’s commitment to diversity. Hyundai Chief of Diversity and Inclusion, Zafar Brooks organized the annual event and reaffirmed the importance of diversity and inclusion to this automaker. 

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