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Rap Therapy
How Hip Hop Helps Heal
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This talk and film screening is based on Rap Therapy. The film shows a white social worker using hip hop to educate. It shares how children learn to write hip hop song, dance and art about their lives. Blake LeVine, MSW created this program during his graduate schooling. He would finish school and bring this project to nearly every music star. Blake interviewed and spoke with Diddy, Ludacris, D...

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Travels From: Miami, FL
Fee Range: Open

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Dangerous Negroes
Black Student Identity and Activism in a Climate of H.A.T.E.
  

The Program "Dangerous Negroes" is a multimedia experience that seeks to answer the question, "does Black life matter?" It is a historical examination of the Black experience in America, including how contemporary events such as the deaths of Sandra Bland, Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, and Eric Garner all impact the narrative that America is post racial. Critically engaging in its presentation t...

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Travels From: Clemson, SC
Fee Range: Open

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I Think I can be a Doctor, Rise of the Urbanites
Urban Film to empower disadvantaged Urban Youth to be the best of themselves
  

This is a great Urban independent Film that will Inspire, encourage and uplift Urban Young people to make positive choices in their lives. This film is an initiative to engage dialog and positive discourse that will enable the best of Urban Inner city youth to have a premise of hope through their positive actions toward education and economic advancement through College/University achievement. It...

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Travels From: Memphis, TN
Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000

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Rewriting History: Reopening The Mississippi Burning Case
Reopening Mississippi Burning
  

In this internationally acclaimed presentation, Barry speaks to leaders as well as those who need motivation to step into leadership. Change is constant, inevitable, and all around us. How do we lead in times of change? When changes are needed, how do we galvanize a coalition? How can we recognize our own power to lead? In Rewriting History Barry tells the story of a teacher, three high school ...

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Travels From: Chicago, IL
Fee Range: Available Upon Request

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Black History Program
The Awakening and Struggles of the Civil Rights Movement
  

The Civil Rights Movement is an important part of American history. This program focuses on the events and main characters that began the civil rights movement. This is an ideal presentation for Black History Month, or American History presentations. Please contact me for availability and speaking fees.Please call 910-988-9114 or e-mail guestspeakers@mattdrayton.com.

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Travels From: Fayetteville, NC
Fee Range: Available Upon Request

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