Category: Black History

Black HistoryNews

Civil Rights Lawyer/ Professor Announces His Availability For Speaking Engagements and Lectures

Nationwide — Attorney Bryan K. Bullock, a civil rights lawyer, adjunct professor, writer and frequent speaker, has announced his availability to speak at organizational, gathering and/or group events. He has already spoken at the Kroc Institute for International Peace at Notre Dame.

Attorney Bryan Bullock

He has also spoken at several NAACP events including the NAACP Indiana State Conference in Bloomington, environmental climate justice community empowerment workshop; and the NAACP Indiana Education Summit, environmental climate justice workshop.

He is a frequent contributer to several Black web sites, and his writings can be found online at:

TruthOut ––transfer-is-not-justice

Black Agenda Report –

In addition, he hosts a podcast called the cyber railroad on the virtual roundtable. His show can be found here:

Atty. Bullock is available to speak on issues such as environmental racism, police killings of Black people, race and law, employment discrimination, race and history, international human rights, Palestinian rights, the history of Haiti, Guantanamo Bay and U.S. imperialism.

Inquiries regarding availability and speaking fees can be made by calling his office at 219-472-1546.

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