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Black History Month Speakers

Browse our motivational and inspirational keynote speakers on Black History Month to engage, educate, and entertain your audience. These top-rated speakers and performers include industry experts, authors, and business leaders who can present their knowledge in a variety of different formats, such as a keynote speech, moderated conversation, Q&A, or a fireside chat. Contact us today to book a Black History Month speaker for your next in-person, hybrid, or virtual event.

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Lusanda Mbane
(1 rating)

Award-Winning Actor, Businesswoman & Social Activist

Joia Crear-Perry

Doctor, Advocate & Founder and President of the National Birth Equity Collaborative

Leo Terrell

Renowned Civil Rights Attorney, Author of "Your Rights at the Work Place: The Things Your Boss Won’t Tell You"

Christine Michel Carter
(4 ratings)

Bestselling Author; Women Empowerment, Mental Health & Working Parents Advocate; #1 Global Voice For Working Moms

Y-Vonne Hutchinson

Founder & CEO of ReadySet; Co-Founder of Project Include & Expert on Diversity in the Workplace

Lauren Simmons

Youngest Member of the New York Stock Exchange & Second African American Female Trader; POLITICO’s 2018 Woman of the Year

Xernona Clayton
(5 ratings)

Civil Rights Leader, Broadcast Executive, Founder, President & CEO of the Trumpet Awards Foundation

Ron Stallworth

Retired Police Officer & Inspiration for "BlacKkKlansman"

Michaela Jaé Rodriguez
(3 ratings)

Actress & Singer; Known for "Pose"; HIV Awareness Advocate

Tommie Smith
(3 ratings)

World Record Breaking Gold Medal Olympian & Civil Rights Icon Famous for Black Power Salute at the Olympics

Michael Arceneaux
(1 rating)

Best-Selling Author of "I Can't Date Jesus"

Horacio Sanchez
(3 ratings)

Clinician, Author, Education Advocate, and Mental Health Authority; President & CEO at Resiliency Inc.

Tamir Harper
(1 rating)

Co-Founder & Executive Director of UrbEd Inc., Advocate for Public Education & Frederick Douglass Distinguished Scholar

Fania Davis
(2 ratings)

Co-founder & Director of Restorative Justice for Oakland Youth

Karamo
(5 ratings)

Television Host & Culture Expert on Netflix's "Queer Eye"

Maya Wiley
(3 ratings)

President and CEO of The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights; Former Senior Vice President for Social Justice at The New School

Dr. Sharroky Hollie
(2 ratings)

Executive Director of The Center for Culturally Responsive Teaching & Learning