Race Issues Speakers

Browse our list of motivational and inspirational keynote speakers who speak on the topics of Race Issues. Select your speaker and book today.

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Ijeoma Oluo
(5 ratings)

Writer & Social Activist Known for Her Work on Issues of Race & Identity; Author of "So You Want to Talk About Race"

Tamika D. Mallory
(3 ratings)

Social Justice Leader & Movement Strategist

Michael Eric Dyson
(1 rating)

MSNBC Political Analyst, Former Host of NPR's "The Michael Eric Dyson Show" & Bestselling Author

Kimberle Crenshaw
(4 ratings)

Civil Rights Advocate & Leading Scholar in Critical Race Theory

Ellen McGirt

Senior Editor at Fortune Magazine & "RaceAhead" Columnist

Richard Rothstein
(11 ratings)

Distinguished Fellow of the Economic Policy Institute and Senior Fellow (Emeritus) at the Thurgood Marshall Institute of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund

Ron Stallworth

Retired Police Officer who Infiltrated the Ranks of the KKK in Colorado Springs & Inspiration for "BlacKkKlansman"

Candice Morgan

Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Partner at Google Ventures

Viola Davis

Academy Award-Winning Actor, Producer & Philanthropist

Charlene Carruthers

Social Justice Activist, Community Organizer & Founder of BYP100

Beverly Tatum
(4 ratings)

Race Relations Expert, Clinical Psychologist & President Emerita of Spelman College

Ruby Bridges

Civil Rights Activist & First African-American Child to Integrate a White Southern Elementary School

David Williams
(1 rating)

Professor of Public Health at Harvard University

Janet Stovall

Sr. Client Strategist at the NeuroLeadership Institute; Inclusion Advocate, Speechwriter & TED Speaker

Xernona Clayton

Creator of the Trumpet Foundation, Civil Rights Leader, Broadcast Executive

Tommie Smith
(2 ratings)

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

Fania Davis
(2 ratings)

Co-founder & Director of Restorative Justice for Oakland Youth

Michael W. Twitty
(2 ratings)

Culinary Historian & Author

Wesley Lowery
(1 rating)

National Reporter at The Washington Post, Author of "They Can't Kill Us All: Ferguson, Baltimore and a New Era in America's Racial Justice Movement"