Since tearing down the Confederate flag from the S.C. statehouse, this civil rights activist demonstrates the power of passion and an individual to spark change.
The creators of the viral hashtag that sparked a global movement engage audiences in powerful discussion about race relations, social justice and activism in America.
Gain a new perspective about social justice and civil rights from counterculture legend Angela Davis.
Best-selling author of The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness, scheduled for a special 10th anniversary release in January of 2020
Jamelle Bouie, a columnist for the New York Times and political analyst for CBS News, covers U.S. politics, public policy, elections, and race.
As co-creator of the Black Lives Matter movement, this dedicated activist and artist inspires audiences to organize and stand together in pursuit of social justice.
One of the most charismatic and revolutionary players basketball has ever known, this NBA icon and living legend captivates with game-changing insights on teamwork, preparation and cultivating a champion’s mindset.
At the forefront of discussions about race relations on college campuses, the former University of Missouri student body president offers practical strategies for fostering acceptance and diversity.
This former NAACP president and CEO galvanizes audiences to action with his candid look at civil rights and social justice in America today.
Entrepreneur, Global Soap Project Founder, and Former CEO of the Center for Civil and Human Rights
While initiating dialogue around race, gender and identity, this co-founder of the Black Lives Matter Canada chapter empowers audiences to engage in social activism.
Former United States Attorney General Loretta Lynch delivers unparalleled insights on the most critical issues facing our nation today — national security, terrorism, civil and human rights, and fostering a culture of diversity and inclusion.
An award-winning journalist and one of the most recognized voices in radio, she engages audiences in candid discussion about race, culture and communication in America.