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Speaker Programs in African American History/Culture

New York's Woman in the Iron Coffin
Life and Death in Antebellum New York
  

You will experience a holistic glimpse into the investigation surrounding the discovery and identification of an African American woman who had died of smallpox and was perfectly preserved in a mid-19th century Fisk iron coffin. With the help of a team of subject experts, including historians, epidemiologists, and a forensic artist, Mr. Warnasch brings this woman back to life and details her conne...

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Travels From: New York City, NY
Fee Range: Varies

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The American Mindset
Overcoming Racial Disparity & Discrimination (Past, Present Future)
  

Based upon the latest Best-Selling book by Dr. Wilkins, this is an intensive look at realistic methods for overcoming challenges of racial disparities and discrimination of the past, present and future. This session explores with grave sensitivity the fact that just because you don't talk about a difficult topic, does not mean that it does not exist. This is a must have workshop for anyone wh...

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Travels From: Chicago, IL
Fee Range: Available Upon Request

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Prison it self!
The Barriers in place before crashes happen.
  

Many may say "I have never been to prison in my life," but we must realize; that pain, let-downs, and setbacks can be barriers that can develop mental, emotional, and spiritual prison like mentality. So, we must break down the barriers to free ourselves from unconsciously built prisons so we can release those who have found themselves in the physical ones.

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Travels From: Charlotte, NC
Fee Range: Available Upon Request

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Rap Therapy
How Hip Hop Helps Heal
  

This talk and film screening is based on Rap Therapy. The film shows a white social worker using hip hop to educate. It shares how children learn to write hip hop song, dance and art about their lives. Blake LeVine, MSW created this program during his graduate schooling. He would finish school and bring this project to nearly every music star. Blake interviewed and spoke with Diddy, Ludacris, D...

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Travels From: Miami, FL
Fee Range: Open

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Dangerous Negroes
Black Student Identity and Activism in a Climate of H.A.T.E.
  

The Program "Dangerous Negroes" is a multimedia experience that seeks to answer the question, "does Black life matter?" It is a historical examination of the Black experience in America, including how contemporary events such as the deaths of Sandra Bland, Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, and Eric Garner all impact the narrative that America is post racial. Critically engaging in its presentation t...

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Travels From: Clemson, SC
Fee Range: Open

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