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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
Educator, Lawyer and Author on Racial Justice and White Privilege
  • Author of Birth of a White Nation: The Invention of White People and Its Relevance Today
  • Racial justice educator for over 20 years, challenging the dominant conception of race and promoting diversity, equity, and belonging
Acclaimed Activist-Scholar, Educator, and Practitioner
  • Extensive experience in diversity issues in higher education including social justice education, leadership, intersectionality and identity development, race and ethnic relations, knowledge production, postcolonial thought and critical race theory, and critical pedagogy and practice in higher education. 
  • Writer on student identity, hip hop culture, cultural centers, cultural and ethnic studies, institutional research and campus climates, and supporting faculty of color
Diversity Educator, Musician, & Poet
  • Facilitator of hundreds of diversity presentations and workshops worldwide
  • Associate Dean and Director of the Office for Inclusion, Belonging and Intergroup Communication at Stanford University
  • Acclaimed Poet, Filmmaker, and Music Producer
Expert on Race, Whiteness, and Ethnic Studies
  • His lectures, keynote addresses, and trainings focus on challenging racism/whiteness, working through unconscious bias, creating inclusive college campuses, and the expansion of ethnic studies programs
  • Author of the book, White Guys on Campus: Racism, White Immunity, and the Myth of "Post-Racial" Higher Education, winner of the 2019 Outstanding Book Award from the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE)
  • Served as expert witness in the Tucson Unified Mexican American Studies case (Arce v. Douglas), the highest-profile ethnic studies case in the country’s history.
Pro-Black Organizer Innovating Gen Z's Approach to Political Theory and Discourse
  • Activism in a Digital Age
  • Capitalism and Black Liberation
  • Addressing Issues Related to Race, Gender, and Social Class Within the U.S. Historical and Political Framework, and in the Classroom
  • Documentary Filmmaker for Human Rights and the Global Climate Crisis
Educator, Activist, and Founder of the Black History 101 Mobile Museum
  • The Black History 101 Mobile Museum is a collection of over 7,000 original artifacts of Black memorabilia dating from the trans-Atlantic slave trade era to hip-hop culture
  • Named "100 Men of Distinction" by Black Enterprise
Acclaimed Orator, Community Organizer, Diversity Trainer
  • Veteran activist and award-winning community leader 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
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
Scholar, Historian, and Filmmaker
  • Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Institute of American Indian Studies at the University of South Dakota
  • Presentations explore Native student retention and success in higher education, cultural appropriation and Native American-themed mascots, decolonizing work in higher education, Lakota and Dakota music, and Native American Vietnam veterans
  • Co-Director of the award-winning film, "More Than a Word," a documentarary about Native American-themed mascots
Acclaimed Filipino Scholar and Writer
  • Scholar and writer focusing on issues of immigration, race and ethnicity, and gender and sexuality
  • Author of The Latinos of Asia: How Filipino Americans Break the Rules of Race and his latest book, To Be Brown and Gay in L.A.
Political Leader and Trailblazer
  • County Commissioner in Georgia, part of a new wave of young people of color entering politics nationwide
  • Holds a PhD in Linguistics from the University of Georgia where they teach in the Department of Language and Literacy Education
  • Openly queer, hip hop artist (stage name Linqua Franqa) and co-host of Waiting on Reparations, an iHeart radio show on hip hop and politics
  • Community organizer dedicated to transformative politics and civic engagement
Activist, Writer and College Professional
  • Speaks and writes about Indigenous rights issues and greater Native presence in media and higher education.
  • Director of Native Student Services at the University of South Dakota
  • Author of the policy paper, Beyond the Land Acknowledgement: College “LAND BACK” or Free Tuition for Native Students
  • Elected member of Harvard University's Board of Overseers
  • Founder of Natives In America, an online literary publication for Native American, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian youth.
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 three books including Reproductive Justice: An Introduction and author of the forthcoming, Calling In the Calling Out Culture
  • Teaches college courses on on white supremacy, human rights, and calling in the calling out culture.
  • Award-winning, nationally-recognized expert on racism and racial justice, women's rights, reproductive justice, and human rights.
  • Creator of the lecture series, "Appropriate Whiteness"
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
Nationally-Recognized Education Expert and Innovator
  • University Administrator with real results in transforming graduation rates, increasing college enrollment, charting pathways for student success, and supporting campus leaders to address institutional disparities
  • Innovative advocate for educational diversity, equity, inclusion, and access
  • Engaging speaker on the importance of education, African American history, leadership, and the challenges facing students, faculty, and staff of color
One of the Country's Leading Anti-Racist Authors and Educators
  • Author of nine books including his latest, Dispatches from the Race War and his acclaimed memoir, White Like Me, among other titles
  • Regular contributor to discussions about race on CNN and MSNBC with appearances on hundreds of other radio and television programs
  • Available for lectures, workshops, and trainings