Dynamic speakers with important messages about civil rights, human rights, social justice, and civic engagement
Wellness, progress and justice activist focusing on healing within a system of institutional racism. Michelle creates spaces for dialogue on racial healing, growth and learning.
Author of American Zion: Cliven Bundy, God, and Public Lands in the West. Environmental historian and writer with a background in international conservation work, land issues, science denialism, and anti-government agitation in the American West.
One of the country’s foremost policy innovators and solutions architect on building an equitable green economy. Truong served as CEO of the Dream Corps, and led Green For All.
“Father of Environmental Justice,” & “One of 13 Environmental Leaders of the Century”. Dr. Robert Bullard is a leading voice on environmental racism, sustainable housing & human rights.
Rinku brings an innovative approach to complex race issues to help people take effective action toward racial equity through research, media, and practice.
Award winning author, Hernandez crosses the barriers between race, gender, and media representation. Her bold insight emphasizes disparities in today’s culture.
Renowned human rights activist, musician and Cambodian genocide survivor. Inspiring change with incredible stories of hope, endurance, and survival through the power of music.
A nationally recognized advocate for civil rights and racial justice, Lateefah Simon is a community organizer who has brought opportunity to our nation’s most rejected and marginalized. Her leadership continues to strengthen communities.
Through her environmental and social justice advocacy, Rev. White-Hammond reforms racial divides within communities and empowers individuals to make change for the greater good.
An award–winning, thought provoking writer, hailed by The Washington Post as “one of the most eloquent and probing public intellectuals in America”.
Co-founder of the Greenpeace Foundation, Marine wildlife conservation and environmental activist, Captain of Animal Planet’s WHALE WARS & Founder of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society.
Islamic Human Rights attorney, media commentator, and founder of TheMuslimGuy.com, Iftikhar is a voice in the battle against growing Islamophobia in America.
Scholar, author, disruptor, activist. With over two decades of wealth distribution reform, Chuck has devoted his life to bridging the economic divide despite being born into the top 1%.
President of The Morning Star Institute. Poet, writer, lecturer and policy advocate, who has helped Indigenous peoples protect sacred places and recover more than one million acres of land.
Jim Lucas travels nationwide, delivering hundreds of performances of Dr. Martin Luther King’s I Have a Dream, I’ve Been to the Mountaintop and other works in a dramatic one-man show.
Author of Stealing Democracy: The New Politics of Voter Suppression, President of the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, and former Justice Department official.
Native American environmentalist, economist, and author working on sustainable development practices
Award-winning political humorist, feminist, and crusader for LGBTQ rights, Clinton has been called “a savvy, witty observer of American life”, and uses humor as a tool for social change.