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Aija Mayrock

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Aija Mayrock is a young woman who experienced bullying firsthand both in person and over the Internet because of a speech impediment she had. Instead of letting her experiences break her down, she channeled her positive energy into writing and self-publishing The Survival Guide to Bullying, where she shares the strategies that helped her survive and thrive. Aija writes about... read full bio

Samra Zafar

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Samra Zafar is a speaker, scholar, social entrepreneur, and writer who is best known for her best-selling memoir, “A Good Wife”, which tells the story of how she was a teen bride and survivor of domestic abuse. At only 16, Zafar was forced into an arranged marriage and had to leave her family and move to Canada where she immediately... read full bio

Sarah McBride

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Sarah McBride is an American author, National Press Secretary of the Human Rights Campaign, and transgender rights activist from Wilmington, Delaware. McBride gained attention after making national headlines for coming out as transgender in her college’s newspaper while she was serving as student body president at American University. After coming out, McBride was featured in outlets such as The Huffington... read full bio

Rafaela Requesens

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Rafaela Requesens is a Venezuelan activist who is best known for previously being the President of the Federation of the Students Center of the Central University of Venezuela, which was an organization of student protests in Venezuela. She rose to fame as a prominent figure in the Venezuelan protests alongside her brother, Juan Requesens. Rafaela and Juan were both arrested... read full bio

Vanessa Luna

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Vanessa Luna is the co-founder and Chief Program Officer of ImmSchools, an immigrant led non-profit that turns schools into a safe and welcoming space for undocumented students and families. While Luna was teaching in Los Angeles, she found out how hard students of immigrant parents can have it when she said a student’s parent deported. She wanted to make a... read full bio

Varshini Prakash

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Varshini Prakash rose to fame after becoming the executive director of the Sunrise Movement, which has advocated for proposals such as the Green New Deal. She is a visionary leader who is one of the many fighting for the future. Prakash has been one of the many young leaders who have made climate change an important talk to the nation.... read full bio

Marc Mero

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Marc Mero is an American former wrestler, an anti-bullying advocate, and is the founder of the non-profit, Champion of Choices. Mero was born in Buffalo, New York, and he began his career playing football in high school before moving on to boxing. Mero found himself excelling in boxing and he won four New York State titles before having to take... read full bio

Brit Barron

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Brit Barron is an entrepreneur, author, teacher, and speaker. Barron began her career as a pastor at a mega church when she was 26 years old. As she grew older, she began learning more about herself and after meeting a woman named Sami, she left the church, came out as gay, and got married. These actions taught her that you... read full bio

Tamika Mallory

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Tamika Mallory is an American activist who has been the National Chair of the Women’s March, which she was one of the leading organizers of. Mallory was born in New York City and her parents were founding members of Reverend Al Sharpton’s National Action Network (NAN), so activism was in her blood since birth. At only 11 years old, Mallory... read full bio

Alicia Garza

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Alicia Garza is an American civil rights activist and writer who is best known for co-founding the Black Lives Matter movement. Is an activist, Garza has been a community organizer for issues which include ending police brutality, racism, violence against people of color, transgenders and gender non-conforming people, student services and rights, and more. Garza was born in Oakland, California,... read full bio

LaTosha Brown

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LaTosha Brown is a speaker, author, activist, and Jazz singer. She is currently a fellow at the Institute of Politics at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and is a contributor to The New York Times. Brown is also co-founder of Black Voters Matter Fund organization and her work with the organization is to increase Black people to focus on politics... read full bio

Opal Tometi

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Opal Tometi is an American writer, human rights activist, strategist, and community organizer who is best known for being the co-founder of Black Lives Matter. Through her work with Black Lives Matter, Tometi is known for working with the social media aspect of the movement. Tometi has also been former Executive Director of the Black Alliance for Just Immigration. Tometi... read full bio

CeCe McDonald

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CeCe McDonald is a transgender activist and LGBTQ+ advocate. She rose to attention after being assaulted with her friends outside of a bar. McDonald was attacked with glass by the assaulters friend and in defense, McDonald stabbed the man which led to her serving 41 months for second-degree manslaughter. The story gained attention world wide as it was seen as... read full bio

Janaya Khan

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Janaya Khan is an activist, author, and amateur boxer who is a co-founder of Black Lives Matters Toronto and is an ambassador for the #BlackLivesMatter network. Khan identifies as queer, black, and gender-nonconforming. They were born and raised in Toronto, Ontario and went on to earn their degree with honors in English Language and Literature from York University. Since then,... read full bio

Nyle DiMarco

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Nyle DiMarco is an American actor, model, and deaf activist who is best known for making headlines after being the first deaf winner and second male winner of the reality television series “America’s Next Top Model.” From there, DiMarco went on to win the television competition series “Dancing with the Stars.” DiMarco was born in Queens, New York, but grew... read full bio

Jamal Harrison Bryant

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Jamal-Harrison Bryant is an American minister who is currently the senior pastor of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church, which is located at Lithonia, Georgia. Bryant was born in Baltimore, Maryland, and he has graduated from Morehouse College where he majored in political science and international studies and Duke University where he earned his masters of divinity. Bryant has previously founded... read full bio

Maggie Anderson

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Maggie Anderson is an American activist, author, and CEO and co-founder of the Empowerment Experiment, a year-long study that finds out what happens when people only buy from black-owned businesses. Anderson was born in Miami, Florida, and she earned her B.A. in political science from Emory University and her M.B.A. and J.D. from University of Chicago. While studying at University... read full bio

Judy Richardson

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Judy Richardson is an American activist, filmmaker, and lecturer from Tarrytown, New York. Richardson went on to study at Swarthmore College where she joined the Swarthmore Political Action Committee, which is a Students for a Democratic Society affiliate. Her work led to her joining the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee where she worked in projects in Alabama and Georgia. She also... read full bio

Bobby Seale

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Bobby Seale is an American political activist who is best known for co-founding the Black Panther Party with Huey P. Newton. Seale was born in Liberty, Texas, and while growing up, his family lived in poverty most of his life. When he was 8, Seale and his family moved to Oakland, California, and he later in life dropped out of... read full bio

Benjamin Chavis

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Dr. Benjamin Chavis Jr. is an African-American civil rights leader who has previously served as the Executive Director of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and who is known for being an assistant to Martin Luther King Jr. Chavis was born in Oxford, North Carolina, and when he was 12 years old, he became the first African... read full bio

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Celebrity Talent International is a booking agent to help you hire social issues speakers for corporate functions, business or private parites, fairs or festivals, weddings, speaking engangments, print or online advertising campaigns, media events, endorsements, fundraisers, or appearances. Contact CTI by calling 725-228-5100 today or submitting a request in order to book talent like Aija Mayrock, Samra Zafar, Sarah McBride, Rafaela Requesens, Vanessa Luna, Varshini Prakash, Marc Mero, Brit Barron, Tamika Mallory, Alicia Garza, LaTosha Brown, Opal Tometi, CeCe McDonald, Janaya Khan, Nyle DiMarco, Jamal Harrison Bryant, Maggie Anderson, Judy Richardson, Bobby Seale, Benjamin Chavis and more!