Kitty Oliver is an author and oral historian, TV and radio producer, Ph.D. race relations scholar and “inspirational jazz” recording artist who shares these talents in enlightening, non-confrontational lecture-performances and workshops that bridge differences and promote reconciliation and progress.
Entertaining and educational topics for civic, community, professional and business groups include:
Lecture-Performances and Workshops:
“Race” and Change: A 21st Century Dialogue on Differences (features cutting edge research)
Beyond Diversity: How to Be a Race and Change Agent (developing cultural bridges in your organization/community/personal life)
Answering the Call of Our Time: A Journey of Jazz and Memories.
The Baby Boomer Generation: A Multicolored Journey (also adapted for secondary school students)
Cross-Cultural Stories of Race and Change in the U.S. (also adapted for secondary school audiences)
How to Tell YOUR Stories of Race and Change and Make a Difference (also adapted for secondary school audiences)