Omékongo Dibinga, CSP, is an accomplished international speaker, poet, rapper, and professor. He is a passionate advocate for social justice and encourages individuals to stand up against injustice, no matter how small or large. Omékongo has published several books and produced musical albums, and his work has received praise from notable leaders and media outlets worldwide.
Why you should book Dr. Omekongo Dibinga for your next event
- Omékongo’s powerful speeches inspire individuals to take a stand against injustice and promote positive change in their communities.
- As a trilingual poet and rapper, Omékongo is able to engage audiences of all ages and backgrounds with his unique blend of music and spoken word.
- With his extensive experience as a professor of Inter-cultural Communication at American University, Omékongo is able to provide valuable insights on issues of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.
Dr. Omékongo Dibinga, CSP, is a renowned international speaker, trilingual poet, rapper, and professor of Inter-cultural Communication at American University. As an UPstander, he inspires audiences worldwide to take a stand against injustice and promote positive change. Omékongo’s music and writings have appeared alongside artists such as Sheryl Crow, Angelina Jolie, and Yassine Bey, formerly known as Mos Def. He has spoken at the United Nations, worked with the State Department to conduct leadership trainings overseas, and partnered with the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Teaching Diverse Students Initiative. Omékongo’s latest book, “Lies about Black People: how to combat racist stereotypes and why it matters,” has received praise from notable leaders, and his podcast, “The UPstander’s Podcast,” was rated a top 20 “must follow” social justice podcast for 2022. With his extensive experience and expertise, Omékongo provides invaluable insights on issues of leadership, antiracism, diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.
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