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Social Justice
Change begins with you
  

This thought-provoking show focuses on the inequities of our society, in hopes we can build solutions together, after recognizing the struggles of others and refusing to assign blame to the powerless. LESSONS: • Opens minds to different viewpoints • Reinforces our collective humanity • Provides a non-threatening starting point to talk about difficult subjects AUDIENCE: This presentation...

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Travels From: Indianapolis, IN
Fee Range: Available Upon Request

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The Everyday Ally
Moving Toward Authentic Relationships
  

Content Themes: Customer Service; challenging internal bias; etiquette; building community. Target Audience: Corporate, non-profit, activism. Description: Through humor, storytelling and direct instruction, Nina G shares insights on what having a disability is really like and what non-disabled people can do to be authentic allies. Participants will deepen their understanding of what disa...

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Travels From: Oakland, CA
Fee Range: Varies

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Rewriting History: How to Become an Agent for Change
It's never too late to be a cause for good.
  

IIn this internationally acclaimed presentation, Barry speaks to leaders as well as those who need motivation to step into leadership in our ever changing world. In Rewriting History, Barry tells the story of how a teacher, three high school students, and a dynamic newspaperman bringing about justice in a 41-year-old hate crime. Barry created and led a diverse group that helped persuade the State ...

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

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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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Caped Crusader for this Constitution
George Washington, with James Madison, Thomas Jefferson, and other Founding Fathers, created this Constitution
  

As America's educator, Noah Webster, wrote in 1828, "Literary power and statesmanship were combined in George Washington, the greatest political leader of his time and also the greatest intellectual and moral force of the Revolutionary period. Everybody knows Washington as a quiet member of the Virginia Assembly, of the two Continental Congresses, and of the Constitutional Convention. Few people r...

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Travels From: Washington, DC
Fee Range: $1,000 - $2,500

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