Looking for a keynote or workshop speaker for your next luncheon, meeting, workshop, conference or convention? Finding that perfect speaker is just a phone call or e-mail away. Don’t delay! Contact us today!
The HistoryMakers, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization, is the nation’s largest African American video oral history archive with over 7,000 hours of African American testimony on tape. This testimony is incredibly powerful so why not hear this testimony firsthand?
Each individual interviewed by The HistoryMakers was selected because of their outstanding contributions to American society. Now your company or organization can benefit from their incredible knowledge and inspirational story.
The HistoryMakers Speakers Bureau can help you select the best speaker for your event. Whether the purpose of your program is to entertain, encourage or inform, our resources are a great starting source to find the right speaker for your conference, event or occasion. Requests are handled on a first come, first served basis.
Some of our HistoryMakers include:
• Ernie Banks- Baseball Player
• Louis Gossett Jr.- Academy Award Winning Actor
• James Montgomery- Well-known Civil Rights Attorney
• Carol Moseley Braun-
First African American Woman elected to US Senate
• E. Lynn Harris- Best Selling Author
• Reuben Cannon- Producer and Casting Director
• Suzan-Lori Parks-
Pulitzer Prize-winning Playwright and Screenwriter
• Kool Moe Dee- Hip Hop Pioneer and Rapper
• John Hope Franklin- United States Historian
• T’Keyah Crystal Keymah- Renowned Actress
• Nikki Giovanni- Award-winning Poet and Author
• Helene Gayle- Global AIDS Warrior
• Charley Pride- Famous Country Singer
• Harriette Cole- Author and Entrepreneur
• Dr. Louis Sullivan-
Morehouse School of Medicine Founder
• And MANY, MANY MORE!!!!!!
Visit our website at www.thehistorymakers.com for a complete list of potential speakers.
For more information contact:
Jocelyn Delk at
312) 674-1900 or firstname.lastname@example.org
1900 S. Michigan Avenue, 3rd Fl.
Chicago, IL 60616
(312) 674-1915 fax
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