CANADA

Keynote: “How America Has Benefited from Racial, Religious, and Ethnic diversity: The African American.” The University of Western Ontario, and London, Ontario. Under the auspices of U.S. Toronto Consulate, February 16, 2005.

Keynote Center Under the auspices of U.S. Toronto Consulate, February 16, 2005.

Guest: TVO Toronto, Canada, Topic: Race Relations in the United States of America Diversity in the United States:

 

CHINA

“The African American”, Beijing, Hangzhou, Shanghai, Chongqing, Chengdu, China (PRC). Under the auspices of the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, March 1 – 12, 2004.
Fulbright Senior Specialist (public administration), Jiangxi University of Finance and Economic, Nanchang, People’s Republic of China, Under the auspices of Council for International Exchange of Scholars and U.S. Department of State, March 1 – April 11, 2006.
ENGLAND

“The Globalization of Democracy and Diversity: Dilemmas and Prospects”. The Oxford Round Table, University of Oxford, England. Global Security: Civilization at Risk: Seeds of strife, March 16 – 21, 2008.
ESTONIA

Keynote Speaker, “Democracy and Diversity: From Slave Ship to the White House,” Tallinn, Estonia, Under the auspices of U.S. Embassy Tallinn, February 16, 2005. February 03 – 11, 2012.
JAPAN

Lecture Tour: “From Slave Ship to the White House” International University in Akita and Center for Pacific and American Studies, University of Tokyo, under the auspices of the Sasakawa Peace Foundation. Akita and Tokyo, Japan. November 23 – 30, 2012.
Lecture: America as a Multicultural Society: How Has America Benefited from Religious, Racial and Ethnic Diversity?” Tokyo, Osaka, Okinawa, Nagoya, Japan, Under the auspices of the U.S. Embassy Japan, February 18 – 27, 2004.
Lecture: “The Role and Concerns of the Diverse African American Community in the 1996 U.S. Electoral Process,” Tokyo American Center, Tokyo Japan, February 21, 1996.
Lecture: “Reflections on Japan: An Academic’s Visit to the Land of the Rising Sun,” Japan Information & Cultural Center, Washington, DC, May 8, 1996.
LATVIA

Lecture Tour, “Civil Rights and Discrimination in the United States.” Riga Graduate Law School and Vidzeme University College, Vidzeme and Riga, Latvia. Under the auspices of the U.S. Embassy Riga, Latvia, February 11, 2006.
“Civil Rights and Discrimination in the United States,” Riga Graduate School of Law, Riga, Latvia, under the auspices of the U.S. Embassy Riga, January 31, 2002.
“Civil Rights and Diversity in the United State,” Diplomatic Salon, Latvian Journalist Union, Riga, Latvia, February 2, 2002.
Keynote Address: “Civil Rights and Discrimination in the United States,” Riga Graduate School of Law. Under the auspices of the U.S. Embassy Riga, Latvia, Riga, Latvia, January 31, 2002.

Keynote Address: “Civil Rights and Diversity in the United State,” Diplomatic Salon, Latvian Journalist Union, Riga, Latvia, February 2, 2002.
MONTENEGRO

Lecture: “Multiculturalism and Education in the USA” in Podgorica and Ulcinj, Montenegro. Under the auspices of the US Embassy Podgorica, Montenegro, February 26 – March 1, 2009.
SLOVENIA

Talk: International Visitor’s programs, e.g., Fulbright and Ronald Brown under the auspices of U.S. Ambassador Johnny Young and the NCE, June 20 – 24, 2002.
SERBIA

Lecture Tour: “Diversity, Tolerance, Multiculturalism, Race and Education in The USA” in Belgrade, Nova Sad, Kragujevac, and Vranje, Under the auspices of the U.S. Embassy in Belgrade, Serbia, February 15 – 26, 2009.

 

SWEDEN

Lecture: “America at Home and Abroad” Soderton University College, Stockholm Association of American Studies, February 4, 2002.

“The Hyphenated American,” Kungsholmen, Jr. College, Stockholm under the auspices of U.S. Embassy Stockholm, Sweden, February 4, 2002.
“Civil Rights and Diversity in the United states,” The English department, Uppsala University, Sweden, February 6, 2002.

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UNITED STATES

Keynote Speaker, “From Slave ships to the White House”. Immaculata University, Immaculata, Pennsylvania, February 16, 2012.
Keynote: “Valuing the Vision Beyond the Dream,” The 2006 Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration, Washington & Jefferson College, Washington, Pennsylvania, January 16, 2006.

Keynote: “Faith, Justice, and Reconciliation” Distinguished Lecture Series, The Episcopal Diocese of Southern Ohio, October 28, 2004.
Keynote Address:”Diversity Management”, Scott Air Force Base, Scott, Illinois, March 28, 1995.
“The District’s Fiscal Crisis Is At Root A Structural/Political One”, National Conference of Black Political Scientists, Baltimore, Maryland, March 10, 1995.
“Relevancy of Diversity in State Government Programs: Implications for African Americans” presented at the Center for Government Service , Political Science Department, Indiana State University, March 25, 1993.
“Diversity in the Federal Workforce” and “Diversity Management”, presented to military and civilian personnel at the Ira C. Eaker Center for Professional Development, Maxwell Air Force Base, Montgomery, Alabama, 1992­1995.
“Export Trade and Jobs”, presented to the Agricultural and International Trade Committee, National Conference of State Legislatures State ­Federal Assembly, December 13, 1990, Washington, DC.
Keynote Address: “Relevancy of Diversity in State Government Programs: Implications for African Americans” presented at the Center for Government Service , Political Science Department, Indiana State University, March 25, 1993.
Workshop Leader: “Diversity in the Federal Workforce” and “Diversity Management”, presented to military and civilian personnel at the Ira C. Eaker Center for Professional Development, Maxwell Air Force Base, Montgomery, Alabama, 1992 – ­1995.

Keynote address, “The United States and Japan’s Responsibility in the area of Human Rights and Global Security,” 54th Japan­ America Student Conference, Howard University, July 29, 2002.
Presenter: “Wealth Building: Political Empowerment” National Black MBA Association, Inc., Howard University, March 16, 2002.
Keynote Address, “Diversity and Change”, Department of Defense Forum, Blacks in Government, National Training Conference, August 26, 1992, Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington, DC.
Presenter: Russell L. Adams”, Committee on the Status of Blacks in the Profession, American Political Science Association, August 30, 1991.
Presenter: “Succession Planning Colloquium”, National Academy of Public Administration, August 20, 1992.

Keynote Address: “What Historically Black Colleges and Universities Can Expect From the Clinton Administration,” Political Science Forum, Alabama State University, November 12, 1992.

Keynote Address: “Managing a Culturally Diverse Work Force”, Foreign Agricultural Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, February 7, 1991.

Speaker: Keynote address, “The Best Way to Pay Tribute to the Past is to Place the future in Debt to Us”, Montgomery Chapter, Kappa Alpha Pi, Annual Awards Program, November 10, 1990.
Lecture: “Christianity and the African American Experience”, New Members Workshop, Shiloh Baptist Church, Washington, DC, 1990 – ­2004.

Keynote Address: “Cultural Diversity”, International Personnel Association, GSA Auditorium, May 15, 1991.