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Speakers Magazine Unveils Special Black History Month Issue Featuring Nkechi Taifa, Esq. and Celebrates Great Speakers and Authors

Nationwide –– The esteemed publication for empowering speakers and communicators, Speakers Magazine, proudly announces the release of its special Black History Month issue. This edition places the spotlight on the acclaimed advocate for justice and reparations, Nkechi Taifa, Esq., adorning the cover with her compelling presence.

The February 2024 issue not only highlights Taifa’s transformative work but also delves into her thought-provoking TEDx talk, which has garnered significant attention for its profound impact on discussions surrounding justice and equity. Nkechi Taifa, Esq. is not just a legal powerhouse; she is a storyteller whose narratives resonate with the call for change, echoing through the halls of history and into the heart of community activism.

As a publication that prides itself on amplifying the voices of transformational speakers and authors, Speakers Magazine extends its platform to a cadre of remarkable professionals in this issue. Each featured speaker and author brings a wealth of knowledge, experience, and inspiration, making the issue a treasure trove of wisdom for readers across the globe.

Dr. Pam Perry, award-winning PR strategist and the publisher of Speakers Magazine, states, “This issue is a testament to the power of voice and the impact of storytelling in shaping our history. We are honored to feature Nkechi Taifa, Esq. and to share her enlightening TEDx talk with our readers. Each individual highlighted in this issue represents the excellence and diversity of thought leadership that is vital to our collective growth and understanding.”

This edition is a beacon for thought leaders, entrepreneurs, and change-makers, offering a unique opportunity to highlight these authors: Dr. Michelle McKinney Hammond, Deidra Moore, Esq., Dr. Cheryl Cooper, Ramunda Young of Mahogany Books, Dawn D. Owens of Owens Publisher Company, and Brian Olds of Black Speakers Network. They are not just speakers and authors; they are influencers who are paving the way for future generations.

The special Black History Month Issue is available now, inviting readers to immerse themselves in the narratives that are woven into the fabric of our heritage. Download the free copy and watch the embedded videos at and join us in a celebration of history, achievement, and the unyielding power of the spoken word.

Watch the interview on YouTube with Nkechi Taifa:

Speakers Magazine is the premier publication for current and aspiring speakers, authors, and thought leaders. The publisher, Dr. Pam Perry, has a commitment to excellence and empowerment of the Black community. Speakers Magazine, celebrating seven years in business, serves as a platform for influential speakers to share their insights, stories, and strategies for success.

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