Civil Rights

Civil rights refer to the rights to personal liberty established by the 13th and 14th Amendments to the U.S. constitution and certain Congressional acts, especially as applied to an individual or a minority group. It can also solely refer to the rights to full legal, social, and economic equality extended to African-Americans as a minority group. Knowing one’s civil rights is vital for a variety of reasons and will help to protect you from discrimination and inequality. To learn more about civil rights for African-Americans or to educate an audience on civil rights topics, try hiring a world renowned public speaker from Great Black Speakers. Browse our extensive selection below.

The People\'s Scholar who specializes in finance, education, and black social commentary. Click here to view

Dr. Boyce Watkins
$10000 - $20000(Speaker fee)

Original King of Comedy; Actor, Political Commentator, and Radio Host. Click here to view

D.L. Hughley
$40000 - $60000(Speaker fee)

Prophet of the Projects Click here to view

Michael K. Williams
$20000 - $40000(Speaker fee)

Former Black Panther and Human Rights Activist Click here to view

Kathleen Neal Cleaver
$10000 - $20000(Speaker fee)

Hip Hop Legend Click here to view

KRS-One
$10000 - $20000(Speaker fee)

John Marshall, son of Thurgood Marshall, our nation’s first African-American U.S. Supreme Court Justice, specializes in motivational speeches dealing with his father’s role in our nation’s civil rights movement and his place in American History. Click here to view

John W. Marshall
$10000 - $20000(Speaker fee)

Relationship Expert, Licensed Mediator & Family Law Attorney Click here to view

Judge Mablean Ephriam
$5000 - $10000(Speaker fee)

Roland is a nationally award-winning and multifaceted journalist. Click here to view

Roland S. Martin
$20000 - $40000(Speaker fee)

World-renowned poet, writer, educator, activist and thought leader on black social commentary. Click here to view

Nikki Giovanni
$10000 - $20000(Speaker fee)
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