Multicultural Affairs

Diversity is a defining element of the University community. Working hard to maintain a community full of respect and an accepting environment can help to teach the value of learning from everyone’s unique perspective and life experiences with multicultural affairs. The goal is to recognizing everyone’s unique social identity. Social identities can be defined in many ways, by race, sexual orientation, ethnicity, gender identity or expression, disability, class, and religion, along with many other characteristics. To have a highly qualified African-American public speaker address these topics at your next institutional function or event, browse through our selection here at Great Black Speakers.

Emmy Award-winning Newsmaker, Producer, Writer, Broadcaster, and Host of BET Tonight. Click here to view

Ed Gordon
$10000 - $20000(Speaker fee)

Emmy Award Winning Actress Click here to view

Lynn Whitfield
$10000 - $20000(Speaker fee)

CNN Analyst Click here to view

Roland Martin
$20000 - $40000(Speaker fee)

Academician, Author, and Media Personality Committed to Raising Awareness of Issues Facing the Black Community Click here to view

Dr. Julianne Malveaux
$10000 - $20000(Speaker fee)

Political Strategist and Author of Black Women Redefined Click here to view

Sophia Nelson
$10000 - $20000(Speaker fee)

Gregory is a leading scholar, author, and lecturer on Black Greek-letter organizations (“BGLOs”) and the role of unconscious race bias in contemporary society. Click here to view

Dr. Gregory Parks
$5000 - $10000(Speaker fee)

Award-winning author, journalist, professor, and lecturer. Click here to view

Farai Chideya
$5000 - $10000(Speaker fee)

Man Cannot and Will Not Destroy God\'s Plan for Your Life...No Matter How Hard Some May Try! Click here to view

Dr. Lee Jones
$5000 - $10000(Speaker fee)

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)