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Womanist Scholar-Activist on the Front Lines of Social Justice Struggles
  • Professor and Chair of Pan-African Studies at California State University, Los Angeles
  • Award-winning community advocate and leader of the Los Angeles Chapter of Black Lives Matter
  • Writer, radio host and regular commentator in national media outlets
Institutional Diversity Strategist, Trainer, and Facilitator
  • Intercultural Leadership Development
  • Faculty Development and Inclusive Teaching
  • Bridging Global Education with Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
  • Islam and Supporting Muslim Students; Addressing Islamophobia 
  • Hip Hop Pedagogy Within Multicultural and Academic Arenas
Award-winning Film Director and Writer
  • Offers post-screening discussions and engaging keynotes that explore race, Islam and media
  • Award-winning fillmaker of MOOZ-lum
  • His latest film, A Boy, A Girl, A Dream, is set against the backdrop of the 2016 elections, when two people meet and challenge each other about their broken dreams.
Award-winning Director, Screenwriter and Producer
  • Director-writer of the award-winning feature length documentary, "Dolores"
  • Other award-winning Films include "La Mission" and "Follow Me Home"
  • Longtime Native Activist and Community Advocate
Racial Equity Educator and Filmmaker
  • Producer & Director of "Cracking the Codes: The System of Racial Inequity," “Mirrors of Privilege: Making Whiteness Visible," "Healing Justice," "Light in the Shadows," and "The Way Home"
  • Building sustainable communities through equity and social justice
Educator & Author on Racism and White Engagement in Racial Justice Work
  • With 25 years experience, one of the leading voices in white communities for racial justice
  • Books include Towards the "Other America": Anti-Racist Resources for White People Taking Action for Black Lives Matter
  • Supports students and faculty to become effective allies for justice, move past guilt and confusion, and act with love and courage
Leading National Voice on Restorative Justice
  • Founder and Director of Restorative Justice of Oakland Youth (RJOY)
  • Long-time social justice activist, Civil Rights attorney, restorative justice practitioner, writer, and scholar with a PhD in Indigenous Knowledge.
GenZ Activist. Feminist. Badass. Future POTUS.
  • Founder of @GenZGirlGang
  • Named Teen Vogue 21 under 21
  • Received Planned Parenthood Catalyst for Change Award
  • Focused on issues of feminism, youth leadership and civic engagement, sex education, and homelessness.
Educator, Singer and RAPtivist
  • Leader of the RAPtivism project which links hip hop with efforts for freedom and justice.
  • Presentations look at Hip Hop Education and Social Justice, youth engagement, and global citizenship
Activist, Musician, and Influencer Celebrating the Female Voice
  • Former drummer for the artist M.I.A., named to Forbes 30 Under 30 Music Class of 2019
  • Free-bleeding runner at the 2015 London Marathon and outspoken advocate for affordable and safe menstrual care for women and girls around the globe
  • Speaker and performer on themes of empowerment, modern gender equality, and wellness
Intercultural Specialist, Author, Speaker
  • Presentations and workshops focus on building cross-cultural relations, and effective and passionate leaders with broad perspectives to become agents of change
  • Tenured Faculty and Campus Interfaith Strategist at Cal Lutheran, and visiting professor of Sikh Studies at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, CA
Acclaimed Orator, Community Organizer, Diversity Trainer
  • Veteran activist in Native American communities and struggles
  • Her lectures and workshops focus on unlearning racism, sexism and other social oppressions as well as "decolonization" workshops for Indigenous peoples
Transqueer Latinx Activist Scholar
  • Presentations explore the Intersections of Queer Justice & Anti-Racism and Dismantling White Supremacy, among other topics
  • Author of Activist Theology, a book that bridges the gap between academia and activism, bringing the wisdom of the streets to the work of scholarship
  • Founder of the Activist Theology Project and Visiting Scholar at the Vanderbilt University Divinity School and Visiting Professor at Duke University Divinity School
  • Named One of 10 Faith Leaders to Watch in 2018 by the Center for American Progress
Human Rights Activist, Poet and Scholar
  • Former Black Panther leader and political prisoner
  • Lectures focus on womens' leadership, physical and emotional well-being of women and children, youth incarceration, education, and the role of spiritual practice in sustaining activism and promoting change
Racial Justice Scholar-Activist, Writer, and Lawyer
  • Author of We Too Sing America: South Asian, Arab, Muslim and Sikh Immigrants Shape Our Multiracial Future, winner of a 2016 American Book Award
  • Senior Advisor at Building Movement Project and curator of Solidarity Is
  • Former Executive Director of South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT) 
Immigration Activist and Undocumented and Black DACA recipient
  • One of the leading activists and advocates for the representation of Undocumented and Black immigrants within the mainstream immigrant narrative
  • Former Communications Coordinator for for the UndocuBlack Network
  • California Ambassador for the United State of Women
Leader in the Field of Anti-Oppression Diversity Work and Alliance Building
  • Known for his inspiring role in the award-winning race relations documentary, "The Color of Fear" and Co-author of the curriculum, Lessons from "The Color of Fear"
  • Founder and Director of the Radical Resilience Institute
Awarding Winning Performer, Oral Herstorian, Storyteller
  • Addresses how race, gender and class play a role in the oppression of women, especially women of color
  • Solo shows include Don't Speak My Mother's Name In Vain and Blues Women Don't Wear No Shoes
Physician, Psychiatrist, and Sociologist Focusing on Guns, Race, Gender, and Healthcare
  • Expert on guns in America, healthcare politics, mental illness/mental health, and race, gender and social justice in healthcare
  • Author of the groundbreaking best-seller, Dying of Whiteness: How the Politics of Racial Resentment is Killing America’s Heartland
  • Director of the Center for Medicine, Health, and Society at Vanderbilt University
Emerging Youth Leader and LGBTQ+ Advocate
  • As a gay teenager, her story of perseverance in the face of adversity captured national headlines
  • Named one of of the 2018 OUT100 by Out Magazine
  • Founder and President of Unbroken Horizons Scholarship Foundation
  • Youth Ambassador for the Human Rights Campaign
Nationally Acclaimed Queer Poet and Speaker
  • Part of a new generation of young undocumented artists, his voice shines light on issues affecting queer immigrant youth and disenfranchised communities in the U.S.
  • The Advocate named Reyes one of "13 LGBT Latinos Changing the World"
  • Author of the poetry collection, For Colored Boys Who Speak Softly…
Women's Rights & Human Rights Leader
  • Co-Author of the new first-of-its-kind primer, Reproductive Justice: An Introduction
  • Speaking out on Sexual Assault on Campus
  • Achieving Reproductive Justice Through Human Rights
  • Creator of the lecture series, "Appropriate Whiteness"
Award-Winning Transgender Diversity Educator, Activist and Actor
  • First openly transgender actor to play a major role on daytime television (The Bold and the Beautiful)
  • His engaging lectures, workshops, and performances explore gender identity and how to be an ally to transgender people, combining education, advocacy and entertainment
Changing the Culture of Complacency
  • Diversity, Inclusion, Sexual Harassment Prevention Trainers, Educators, and Content Creators
  • Racial Justice Education and Training
  • Sexual Health and Reproductive Justice Education and Advocacy
  • Arts-Based Approaches with experience in film, TV, radio and theater
Antirape Activist, Black Feminist Lesbian Cultural Worker, Writer
  • Editor of the leading-edge anthology, “love WITH accountability: Digging Up the Roots of Child Sexual Abuse"
  • Producer, writer, and director of the feature length documentary NO! (The Rape Documentary)
  • Her published essays are featured in several anthologies and journals in the U.S. and abroad
Radical Self-Love and Body Empowerment Advocate
  • Founder and Radical Executive Officer of The Body is Not An Apology
  • Award-winning Performance Poet
One of the Country's Leading Anti-Racist Writers and Educators
  • Author of Under the Affluence; White Like Me; Dear White America; and Colorblind, among other titles
  • Host of the popular podcast, Speak Out with Tim Wise
  • Available for lectures, workshops and trainings