Young Black Men

Young black men, in many ways, epitomize our community’s resilience, spirit and energy. But far too often, they are labeled as troublemakers and left with little positive encouragement and mentorship. Fortunately, many GBS speakers see the need for investment in our young black men and specialize in events centered on and around their development. To learn more about speakers available to discuss young black men and their development, see the list 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)

Founding and Executive Director of the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice; Jesse Climenko Professor of Law, Harvard Law School Click here to view

Charles Ogletree
$10000 - $20000(Speaker fee)

Academician and hip-hop expert. Click here to view

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

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

Ed Gordon
$10000 - $20000(Speaker fee)

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

Terrence Jenkins
$10000 - $20000(Speaker fee)

Financial Guru and Founder of Optimum Capital Management, LLC Click here to view

Ryan Mack
$10000 - $20000(Speaker fee)

International Authority on Soft Skills • Award-Winning Youth Advocate Click here to view

Al Duncan
$5000 - $10000(Speaker fee)

Founder of Great Black Speakers Bureau, and Leading Entrepreneurship & Personal Achievement Expert Click here to view

Lawrence Watkins
$2500 - $5000(Speaker fee)

Revolutionizing Education in America Click here to view

Dr. Steve Perry
$10000 - $20000(Speaker fee)
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