The BlackLivesMatterSyllabus Tour
The Black Lives Matter Syllabus Tour helps audiences understand the history and significance of the Black Lives Matter movement while promoting education as a means of effective community organizing.
Frank Roberts's energetic presentations bridge the gap between theory and practice, as he complements decades of firsthand experience as a grassroots political organizer with an intellectual framework supported by his deep historical knowledge of human rights activism and grassroots organizing.
As he recounts the origins of BLM and the social context that the movement emerged from, Frank captivates audiences with his passionate declarations in favor of empowerment for marginalized communities. He inspires participants to learn from the past and use their energy today to create a world that works for everyone.
Designed to energize, mobilize, and inspire college students and progressive communities--the Black Lives Matter Syllabus Tour reminds us that it is our duty to fight for our freedom and it is our duty to win.
Spring 2017 BlackLivesMatterSyllabus Keynote Engagements:
- Harvard University Kennedy School of Government
- University of California Berkeley
- Quinniapiac University
- University of Southern California
- University of Southern Florida
- The Head Royce School
- Bellevue College
- Wikipedia (The Wikimedia Foundation)
- Washington State Students of Color Association
- Earlham College
- Kalamazoo College
- Emzingo Group