Domestic Violence Speakers
Domestic abuse is a harsh reality that an alarming number of African-Americans have had to live with. Domestic violence and abuse refers to physical violence in romantic and domestic relationships and can seriously emotionally, mentally and of course physically damage the victims. Domestic violence can be challenging for victims to face as they often have a hard time coming out about the abuse and feel ashamed or guilty. Educating people about the facts of domestic abuse and offering supports to victims through hiring a high impact African-American motivational or inspirational speaker from Great Black Speakers can raise awareness on the issue and give victims hope. To book one of our African-American public speakers or anti-domestic violence advocates to speak at your next event, please browse through our selection.
2011 Global Teen Leader, actor, author and education activist impacting youth one story and one community at a time.
Jordan Coleman Jordan is a young man on a mission. At 17-years-old, he's a filmmaker, actor, author, education activist, honor roll student and athlete. He was recently named one the 25 Most Influential People in Our Children's Lives by Children's Health magazine. Jordan won the 2011 Martha’s Vineyard African-American Film Festival HBO Best Feature Film competition with his film Payin’ The Price, a cautionary tale about teen dat...
Relationship Expert, Licensed Mediator & Family Law Attorney
Judge Mablean Ephriam Judge Mablean was born to Robert and Mable Ephriam in Hazlehurst, Mississippi. She is no stranger to achievement. Through hard, consistent and dedicated work, she strives to perform and do her God-given best. Since a child, she has always had that “spirit” of excellence and liberality about her.The ninth of ten children, you could always find her somewhere reading, studying, and asking countless questions that coul...
- Association, At Risk Youth, Attitude, Black History Month, College Orientation, Commencement, Constitution Day, Domestic Violence, Emancipation Proclamation , Family, Homecoming, Law School, Martin Luther King Day, Women in Law, Women in Media, Women in Society, Womens Empowerment, Youth Motivational
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Judge Karen Mills-Francis Judge Karen has a colorful and engaging style that is as distinctive as her bold burgundy robe and her bright blonde hair. As quick to aid the helpless as she is to dismiss the hare-brained, Judge Karen confidently dished out justice to a national television audience with the half-hour syndicated courtroom series, Judge Karen. She is famous for the lines “Stay in your Lane, I know how to Drive”. For fal...
Celebrity Servant: lives to fuse her entertainment expertise with her passion for service through empowering troubled youth and struggling families living in marginalized communities.
Sonja Sohn Sonja Sohn was born and raised in the South, primarily in Newport News, VA, to an African American father and Korean mother during the post civil rights era. After a youth filled with love, struggle and small triumphs, Sohn set her sights on New York City where she lived for two decades, briefly attending various colleges and eventually marrying and raising two daughters before moving to Baltimore in 2003.In her late teens, So...
Goldie is sought after motivational issue driven speaker! Over her 25yr award-winning career, this journalist, opinion writer has emerged as one of the most powerful voices in public discourse.
Goldie Taylor Over the course of her 25-year career, award-winning journalist and opinion writer Goldie Taylor has emerged as one of the most powerful voices in public discourse. Today, she is a political analyst and on-air contributor at MSNBC where she focuses principally on social justice issues. Best known for her take-no-prisoners style, Taylor has become one of the nation’s preeminent thought leaders on gun control, domestic violenc...
Author of Walk Like You Have Somewhere to Go
Lucille O’Neal As the mother of one of the greatest athletes of all time, Lucille O’Neal’s journey is exceptional; but her story reveals that she is more than just “Shaquille O’Neal’s mom.” She is a woman you know; a woman you understand. Perhaps your own journey resembles hers. O’Neal has been a rebellious teen, a single mother, a wife, a college student, a divorcee and, above all, a woman of unique courage. Acquainted earl...
Psychologist, Motivational Speaker, Author, Media Personality, & Servant.
Dr. Alduan Tartt “Bringing Positive Psychology to the People” • “The People’s Doc” “I Use Psychology To Solve Problems” “There are plenty of proven solutions for today’s problems but what the world needs are more invigorated, passionate, and persuasive teachers who are dedicated to lead people and organizations to actually implement the solutions that improve lives.” - Dr. Alduan TarttDr. Alduan Tartt is one of those...
NABJ award-winning writer, Inspirational speaker, domestic violence awareness & prevention activist & advocate, and relationship expert for the online version of EBONY Magazine.
Sil Lai Abrams Starting from more than humble beginnings, NABJ award-winning writer and domestic violence advocate Sil Lai Abrams has overcome addiction, mental health issues, domestic violence and a ninth grade education to arise triumphant through the use of the nine step self-help methodology called the Self Empowerment Principles In Action (SEPIA) Process which she created and described in her first book No More Drama: 9 Simple Steps ...
I speak on many topics from building self to building business.
D. De’Vaughn (Jolanta Whitaker) Ms. De’Vaughn is a professional stylist since 1996 and salon owner since 1999, successful entrepreneur, platform artist, freelance stylist, keynote speaker and best-selling author. Ms. De’Vaughn has had the pleasure of working with fashion photographers for nationally known modeling agencies. She also has appeared in national ad campaigns for blue chip brands. Ms. De’Vaughn is the owner a...
Harriet is the author of “Through The Fire” and is the host of “The Harriet Cammock Show”
Harriet Cammock Harriet Cammock Ministries’ mission is to transform the lives of women and children who have been affected by abuse. The company began in 2006 and since then has organized conferences, book publications and a radio show demonstrating the principle of overcoming life’s adversities and that there is life after abuse. The company carries the name of it’s owner, Harriet Cammock, who is a survivor of domest...
Your Relationship Coach
Dr. David Stephens Dr. David is a relationship coach to married couples and singles in the dating game. He conducts seminars, marriage enrichment classes, and does keynote speaking for churches, civic groups, and leadership development organizations. Dr. Stephens is a dynamic speaker with a unique combination of street smarts and biblical wisdom. He has expanded his intuitive knowledge about love and marriage through academic training, co...
Relationship Expert who blends years of experience as a Licensed Therapist with practical every day situations.
George James, Jr. Mr. James is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who works extensively with adolescent and adult men on various issues. He also specializes in helping couples improve the quality of their relationship, reconcile conflicts and overcome intense situations such as affairs, parenting struggles and loss of a loved one. Mr. James is a nationally recognized speaker, workshop leader and lecturer on various topics. He has h...
Survivor of domestic violence, playwright, evangelist, caseworker for youth and adult services, author and motivational speaker who specializes in women barriers.
Carolyn Moore Carolyn’s parents are Joe & Ethel Herring of Lake City, Florida and Virginia Herring of Warrensburg, MO. She and her husband, Pastor Marcus L. Moore, have 11 children: Sparkle, Promiss, Marquis, Paradise, Nicolette, Bless, Malik and Princess-Star. Their additional children are from her deceased brother. They are Summer, Gregory L, and Gregory Q. The Moore family are members of Norhside Missionary Baptist Church, Tampa, FL. T...