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Black History Month & MLK Commemoration:

Sybrina  Fulton
Sybrina Fulton

Mother of Trayvon Martin

After the death of her son made national headlines, Fulton channeled her loss to become a gun control law activist and motivational speaker.

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Bernice  King
Bernice King

Minister, Attorney & Daughter of MLK Jr.

An acclaimed orator, Bernice King is the youngest daughter of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. and one of Ebony magazine's “Ten of Tomorrow” in Leadership. She fights for a legal system that values rehabilitation.

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Kevin D. Richardson
Kevin D. Richardson

Member of the Central Park 5

April 19, 1989 changed 14-year-old Kevin D. Richardson's life and American society forever. After the brutal attack and sexual assault of jogger Trisha Ellen Meili in Central Park, the NY Police Department arrested suspects, including Richardson.

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Lindsay Peoples Wagner
Lindsay Peoples Wagner

Editor-in-Chief, The Cut

One of the nation’s rare Black female editors-in-chief and a 2020 Forbes 30 under 30 honoree, The Cut’s Lindsay Peoples Wagner shares an invaluable view of women’s empowerment, marketing to GenZ and elevating your brand in the era of BLM.

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Clarence B. Jones
Clarence B. Jones

Martin Luther King Jr.’s Advisor & Speechwriter

An influential confidant of Dr. King, Jones played a pivotal role in drafting the “I Have a Dream” speech. He delivers passionate presentations on the challenges still facing civil rights.

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Deborah  Archer
Deborah Archer

President of the ACLU

The first person of color to lead America’s premiere civil rights and civil liberties organization in its over 100-year history, Deborah Archer is a leading civil rights and civil liberties advocate, civil rights lawyer, professor and writer.

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Bakari  Sellers
Bakari Sellers

CNN Political Analyst, Lawyer & Activist

Sellers made history when he became the nation’s youngest African-American elected official. He cites education, civil rights, and equality as cornerstones of our nation’s future.

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Admiral Michelle  J.  Howard (Retired)
Admiral Michelle J. Howard (Retired)

First Female U.S. Navy Four-Star Admiral

A ground-breaking leader during her 35-year career in the U.S. Navy, Michelle Howard was the first woman to achieve the rank of four-star admiral and the first woman to be appointed to the position of vice chief of naval operations.

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