Civil Rights Speakers

Civil Rights

Civil rights speakers are experts on civil rights, which protect people regardless of their race, gender, age, etc. The Civil Rights Movement has historically described the fight against racial discrimination and effort to achieve equality for African Americans, and to this day civil rights speakers fight for the advancement of equality for all people. These keynote speakers are authors, historical figures, business leaders and activists that can speak to your audience about civil rights and the history of the movement.

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Magic Johnson
(2 ratings)

Basketball Hall of Famer, Entrepreneur, Philanthropist & Motivational Speaker

Erin Gruwell
(2 ratings)

Founder & Executive Director of the Freedom Writers Foundation

Billie Jean King
(2 ratings)

Former World #1 Professional Tennis Player & Sports Icon; Advocate for Women's Equality

Dr. Bernice King
(1 rating)

Minister, Attorney, Author & Daughter of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Angela Davis
(6 ratings)

Feminist, Social Activist, Professor & Writer

Spike Lee
(1 rating)

Academy Award-Winning Writer, Producer, Actor & Director; Best Known for "BlacKkKlansman" & "Malcolm X"

Julianne Malveaux
(1 rating)

Author, Economist, Founder & Thought Leader Economic Education

Lisa Ling
(5 ratings)

Executive Producer & Host of This is Life on CNN

Gabby Douglas
(1 rating)

First African-American to Win Olympic Gold Medal for Gymnastics; Author of New York Times Bestseller "Grace, Gold & Glory: My Leap of Faith"

Donna Brazile
(6 ratings)

Veteran Political Strategist, Bestselling Author, Former Interim Chair of the Democratic National Committee & FOX News Contributor

Montel Williams
(1 rating)

Emmy Award-Winning Talk Show Host Best Known For "The Montel Williams Show;" Multiple Sclerosis & Veteran Advocate

Stephen A. Smith
(1 rating)

Sports Journalist, Analyst & Talk Show Host Known for "First Take"

Ellen McGirt
(1 rating)

Senior Editor at Fortune Magazine & "RaceAhead" Columnist

Gabrielle Union

Actress, Voice Artist, Activist & Author

Tamika D. Mallory
(3 ratings)

Social Justice Leader & Movement Strategist

Maya L. Harris
(2 ratings)

Influential Voice at the Intersection of Politics, Public Policy & Civil Rights; Former Campaign Chairwoman for Kamala Harris's 2020 Presidential Bid

Bethany Hamilton
(1 rating)

Professional Surfer & Shark Attack Survivor; Inspiration for the Film "Soul Surfer"

Xernona Clayton

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

Geena Rocero
(7 ratings)

Transgender Model & Advocate; Founder of Gender Proud