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Speaker Programs in African American History/Culture

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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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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Black History Program
The Awakening and Struggles of the Civil Rights Movement
  

The Civil Rights Movement is an important part of American history. This program focuses on the events and main characters that began the civil rights movement. This is an ideal presentation for Black History Month, or American History presentations. Please contact me for availability and speaking fees.Please call 910-988-9114 or e-mail guestspeakers@mattdrayton.com.

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

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"America's First Black Millionaires"- (From Slavery to Financial Freedom)
The (12) Black Millionaire Secrets for achieving Money, Power and Wealth In Amercia.
  

Becoming a Millionaire or even attempting to break the grip of poverty to become financially success as an African-American can be difficult, given all of the social and economic obstacles of Today. Now imagine attempting to become a millionaire as an African-American during the times of Slavery, Jim Crow, Segregation and Blatant Racism? The odds would be low, but a trail blazing group of African-...

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Travels From: Orlando, FL
Fee Range: Available Upon Request

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Black History
The long journey is not over
  

We will take you from the jungles to the farms in America. You will feel the whip of the overseer and the sweat of the slave. The cry for help and the discouragement of life. The hope and prayers for a better day has seemed to run from me. God where are you? I should have jumped from that big boat I would feel better dying as the salty water of the sea filled my lungs and I would never be abus...

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Travels From: Valdosta, GA
Fee Range: Available Upon Request

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