HBCU

When it comes to a successful post-secondary education, mindset is everything. African-Americans in Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) face unique challenges and struggles throughout their post-secondary education including discrimination from other post-secondary institutions, employers and other outside influences. Strength of pride in not only ancestry but also your educational institution can come from proper education about racial roots, which many of our scholars and speakers can provide. Alternatively students also need to have a good sense of time management, developing personal skills and goal setting to achieve their full academic potential. Our wide variety of youth advocates and lecturers can provide all of this for your students.

Academician, Author and Thought Leader on Politics, Black Greek Letter Organizations and Black Male Identity Click here to view

Dr. Ricky Jones
$2500 - $5000(Speaker fee)

Co-founder of dangerousNEGRO/Be Apparel and a leader of a new breed of young entrepreneurs in America, serial entrepreneur, author, public speaker, and DJ. Click here to view

Demetrius Walker
$2500 - $5000(Speaker fee)

Emmy Award Winning Actress Click here to view

Lynn Whitfield
$10000 - $20000(Speaker fee)

Actor, TV Host, Emcee and Youth Mentor Click here to view

Terrence Jenkins
$10000 - $20000(Speaker fee)

Sought after Media Veteran, Social Entrepreneur, Philanthropist and Spelman Alumnus who lives her life for others. Click here to view

Tai Beauchamp
$10000 - $20000(Speaker fee)

Academician and hip-hop expert. Click here to view

Dr. Marc Lamont Hill
$10000 - $20000(Speaker fee)

CNN Analyst Click here to view

Roland Martin
$20000 - $20001(Speaker fee)

Character and Leadership Development via Etiquette and Social Graces. Click here to view

Naretha Hopson
$1500 - $2500(Speaker fee)

Social activist for empowerment and achievement. Click here to view

Jane John Nwankwo
$10000 - $20000(Speaker fee)
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