Kenneth B. Morris, Jr. - Keynote Speaker -

Posted by fdfforg on Dec. 09, 2008

Kenneth B. Morris, Jr. is descended from two of the most important names in American history: he is the great-great-great grandson of Frederick Douglass and the great-great grandson of Booker T. Washington. He is president of the Frederick Douglass Family Foundation. Mr. Morris reclaims the activist role fashioned by his prominent forefathers and brings compassionate leadership to modern struggles. With the dual lineage of the “Great Orator” and the “Great Educator”, Mr. Morris has proven charismatic both in the streets and at the podium. Mr. Morris addresses a variety of topics including: Modern-day slavery/Human trafficking, Black History, Diversity, Woman’s Rights issues, World Poverty and International Human Rights. His varied public appearances have included; large business presentations, educational institutions, show productions and keynote addresses to charitable organizations. To book Mr. Morris for your next event visit: Click: "Book a Speaker" button

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