Speaking Appearances



November 12- New Mt. Hebron Baptist Church- “Men’s Real Talk” Baltimore, MD

October 21- Baltimore Hilton. Baltimore Hilton- Baltimore Teachers Union 34rd Annual QUEST Conference “Don’t Hit Send: The Impact of Leaving a Digital Footprint”. Baltimore, MD

October 14-  Howard University. “Conversations on the 50th Anniversary of the Black Panther Party” Washington, D.C.

April 6-  Baltimore County  Young Democrats. “Changing Course: Progressive Solutions to Combat Institutional Racism” Towson, MD


December 12- Howard University “I Am Somebody: Black Male Summit” Washington, D.C.

November 19– Marriott Wardman Park- National Alliance of Black School Educators “Educating Our Children in the age of Black Lives Matters” Washington, D.C.

October 16– Baltimore Hilton- Baltimore Teachers Union 33rd Annual QUEST Conference “Improving the Relationship Between Community, Students and Law Enforcement” Baltimore, Md.


November 21- Kansas City Convention Center “National Alliance of Black School Educators Annual Conference” Kansas City, MO

February 27– Baltimore Polytechnic Institute “African American History Month Assembly- Keynote Speaker” Baltimore, MD

February 19– Hofstra University “Black Politics: A Discussion on how Public Policy Shaped the Racial Landscape of the United States” Hempstead, NY

February 15– Yale University- Black Solidarity Conference “Representations on the Stage & Screen” New Haven, CT

February 14- Yale University- Black Solidarity Conference “Eliminating the Commercialism: A Reintroduction to Hip-Hop” New Haven, CT


November 1– Williams College “March on Washington 50 Years Later: A Movement or A Moment?” Williamstown, MA

June 29– Faithful Central Bible Church “Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation Mentoring Campaign Los Angeles Townhall” Los Angeles, CA

April 13– New Hope Temple Baptist Church “Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation Mentoring Campaign Philadelphia Townhall” Philadelphia, PA

March 23– Metropolitan Baptist Church ” Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation Mentoring Campaign Newark Townhall” Newark, NJ

February 23– C.A. Johnson High School ” Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation: Mentoring Campaign Columbia Townhall” Columbia, SC

February 15– Yale University “Eliminating the Facade of a Post-Racial Society” New Haven, CT

January 26– First Baptist Church of Glenarden “Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation: Mentoring Campaign Washington, D.C. Townhall” Landover, MD


October 23– Duke University “Politics as Usual” Durham, NC

October 10– Daemen College “Voting is Power: The V.I.P. Campaign” Buffalo, NY

September 10– Ursinus College “Diversity & 2012 Election” Collegeville, PA

 April 14– Babson College “Black Male’s Conference” Wellesley, Massachusetts

April 14– Hartford City Hall “Stop the Violence Rally” Hartford, CT

April 10– UMass Amherst “Soulfest” Keynote Speaker, Amherst, MA

March 31– University of New Haven “Brother 2 Sister Discussion: 2012 Presidential Election, West Haven, CT

March 29– Southern Connecticut State University “Maintaining and Embracing Culture in Today’s Modern Society, New Haven, CT

March 23– 3rd Annual HBCU Leadership Summit “Attacking the Vote 2012”, Washington D.C.

February 18– Yale University- Black Solidarity Conference “Defining on Our Own Terms: Perceptions of Masculinity and Femininity in the Black Community” New Haven, CT

February 11– University of the Arts ” Real Talk: The Artist in Today’s economy”, Philadelphia, PA

February 7– Howard University “The Power of the Black Vote”, Washington, D.C.