Black History Month Speakers

Black History Month is an important celebration in the diversity and inclusion calendar, celebrated throughout the month of October annually. Raising awareness of the achievements that Black people have made throughout history, the month also aims to eliminate racism that unfortunately continues to exist in society. In a world where there was 85,268 racially motivated hate crimes in 2020/21 and a 73% increase in race and nationality hate crimes, it is vitally important that we strive to eliminate racism and achieve equality for the Black community.

Browse our selection of passionate Black History Month speakers, and book a speaker perfect for Black History Month from the 1st to the 31st of October.

Nicola Adams

Britain's Most Successful Female Boxer and First Female Boxer to Become an Olympic Champion with Gold at London 2012

Tim Campbell

Founder of Bright Ideas Trust, Winner of the First Series of The Apprentice & Aide to Lord Alan Sugar

Kanya King

Founder of the MOBO Awards & Named on the Powerlist as One of Britain’s Most Influential Black People

Ade Adepitan

Paralympic Bronze Winning Basketball Player, Named on the 100 Most Influential Black British People Powerlist

Jean Tomlin

Human Resources Expert, Founding CEO of Chanzo and Former Director of HR, Workforce and Accreditation for the London 2012 Olympic Games

Derek Redmond

Former World Champion Sprinter Recognised for his Heroic Completion of the 1992 Olympic Race After a Torn Hamstring

Viv Anderson

The First Black Player to Represent England & Former Nottingham Forest Player

Sharon Warmington

Executive Coach and Consultant for Unstoppable Limited, Founder of the National Association of School and College Clerks and the Director of Education Governance Solutions Ltd

When is Black History Month?

Black History Month is celebrated annually, taking place from the 1st to the 31st of October.

What Is The Theme of Black History Month 2022?

Each year, a theme is selected for Black History Month, and the theme for 2022 is Black Health and Wellness.

This theme has been selected to recognise and honour the achievements of Black professionals, as well as the cultural richness of non-traditional health and wellness practitioners.

Source: Department of Corrections Washington State

If you are interested in booking one of our passionate Black History Month speakers, don’t hesitate in contacting one of our dedicated booking agents, who will perfectly match a speaker to your requirements! Contact us by calling directly on 0203 9816 297 or by filling out our online contact form.