|Who is a Black History Month Speaker? The answer is quite simple. It could be a pastor of a "black church", the woman
that holds a candle vigil on a street in the black neighborhood, a mother home-schooling her child, a manager at a shoe store, the father that works as a cook at restaurant, etc. The point that we are making is that because history regarding the achievements of blacks both before and
after slavery are rarely mentioned or at least limited to Martin Luther King, Jr., Rosa Parks and Harriet Tubman, there are a wealth of knowledgeable folks who know black history. This section of the site will list speakers who will present black history in your state. As the
list grows, we will section it by city and state.
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**Experience is the greatest teacher." The majority of people with African ancestry have experienced the life lessons, struggles, hope, joy and pain of what it means to be black in America and how important it
is to teach black history and to learn diversity. Schools and organizations who are seeking a black speaker should offer a speaker's fee. If you are a black speaker, then you
should understand that your expertise is WORTH a monetary fee. Many times when African Americans speak at their local public schools, it is done for the simple pleasure of knowing
that their black experience is being validated. Yet, in today's market, speakers are paid very dearly for their expertise. For example, Bill Cosby or Wally
"Famous" Amos or Dennis Kimbro would each command decent wages for speaking at YOUR child's school. So you should also
consider how valuable your knowledge, expertise, and wisdom is and become a professional black history speaker.
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