Diversity & Race Speakers

Whether raising awareness for social justice or fundamental human rights including LGBTQ issues and gender equality, these popular diversity speakers are powerful role models pioneering a path for social change. Business leaders, actors, authors, and political speakers alike, they are inspirational keynote speakers who educate and motivate global audiences at important awareness events such as Black History Month or Hispanic Heritage Month, as well as economic conferences, business conventions or political meetings.

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Charlene Carruthers

Social Justice Activist, Community Organizer, Founder of BYP100

Chella Man
(1 rating)

Transgender Model, Activist & Artist

Jessica Williams

Actress & Comedian; Former Correspondent on "The Daily Show;" Co-Host of the "2 Dope Queens" Podcast

Staceyann Chin
(2 ratings)

Spoken Word Poet, Performing Artist & LGBT Rights Political Activist

Yoruba Richen
(2 ratings)

Director, Writer & Producer; Known for her TED Talk on the Intersection of Civil Rights & LGBT Rights

Geena Rocero
(4 ratings)

Transgender Model & Advocate; Founder of Gender Proud

Alex Newell
(1 rating)

Actor & Singer Known for "Glee"

Wanda Sykes

Emmy Award-Winning Comedian, Actress & Author

Amandla Stenberg

Actor, Singer and Activist; Best Known for "The Hate U Give," "The Hunger Games" & "Everything, Everything"

Janet Mock

Author, Feminist, Transgender Rights Activist, TV Host & Founder of #GirlsLikeUs

George Takei
(1 rating)

Actor Known for His Role in "Star Trek;" LGBTQ & Japanese-American Civil Rights Activist

LZ Granderson

CNN & ESPN Columnist; Celebrated Voice on Sports, Race & Gay Rights

Jason Collins
(1 rating)

First Openly Gay Player In Major League Sports, Former NBA Player & Equality Advocate

Viola Davis

First Black Actor to Receive an Emmy, Tony & Academy Award; Equal Rights for Women & Women of Color Advocate

Ellen McGirt

Senior Editor at Fortune Magazine & "RaceAhead" Columnist

Jamilah Lemieux
(1 rating)

Writer, Cultural Critic, Columnist at Slate, Co-Host of "Mom & Dad Are Fighting" Podcast