Celebrate Black History with a Speaker That Inspires

Black history is incredibly dense with tragedy, triumphs, and inspiring accounts of individuals that made sacrifices, thus leaving an indelible mark on the walls of American history. With Black History Month just around the corner, it is important to secure the right speaker for your upcoming Observance.

As a Pan-African Studies scholar and professional speaker, Tish Norman is an ideal fit for your event as her finger is on the pulse of the historical, social, and cultural facts and figures that made a difference yesterday, and surely remain relevant today. Those stories are worth sharing. Read below to see why…

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“One of my favorite aspects when speaking during Black History Month is that audiences are hungry. Audiences are genuinely interested in the information, astounded by the neglected and deleted triumphs, then inspired to do better in their own communities. I see it in their faces, hear it in their voices, and read it in their feedback,” Norman states.

“Audiences need exposure to significant historical references for inclusive awareness, empowerment and direction. My audiences and I are thoroughly engaged during this keynote. It’s a great ride. Experiencing academic professional success is directly connected to one’s worldview, and in a culture of conformity, it can be challenging to go against the status quo and stand alone in order to become the leader you’re destined to be. Personal leadership is a critical skill that is highly valued, and an excellent way to stimulate personal leadership is possessing a strong sense of self-pride.”

 

Have Tish Norman’s Black History Month keynote at your organization this February to inspire and educate your community on the perpetual importance of Black history and personal success.

Click >> TISH NORMAN for more info about this dynamic speaker. 

 

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