Kenrya Rankin is a dynamic speaker and host who uses storytelling and straight talk to engage crowds and expand the conversation around who deserves liberation, justice and dignity in America.


Whether she’s interviewing guests on The Turn On podcast, delivering a keynote to Black women about embracing vulnerability in parenting, moderating a conference panel on race and media, leading a training to help social justice advocates find their voices, or breaking down how White supremacy hurts us all for a group of college students, she finds joy in making plain the concepts that undergird our society and helping people who are traditionally pushed to the margins connect with community and revel in their whole, worthy selves.

Kenrya provides keynotes, workshops, book talks and more on the subjects of race, advocacy, media, writing, parenting, identity and having sex while Black.




7.21.20 @ 9 p.m. ET

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