August 26 is Women’s Equality Day, a day when we commemorate the adoption of the Nineteenth Amendment. We are thrilled to represent these incredible women who transcend boundaries, challenge the…
Celebrate Native American Heritage Month with these speakers that offer further insights into the remarkable history, culture, and present day of Native Americans.
The PRH Speakers Bureau is proud to represent speakers who keep us connected and make powerful progress toward change. We’ve compiled these recent news articles, media, and essays from our speakers about the changing personal, political, and cultural landscapes.
A powerful and revelatory eyewitness account of the American collapse in Afghanistan, its desperate endgame, and the war’s echoing legacy.
From the two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Underground Railroad and The Nickel Boys, this gloriously entertaining novel is “fast-paced, keen-eyed and very funny … about race, power and the history of Harlem all disguised as a thrill-ride crime novel” ” (San Francisco Chronicle).
An extraordinary young poet traces the lives of her foremothers in West Tennessee, from those enslaved centuries ago to her grandmother, her mother, and finally herself, in this stunning debut celebrating Black girlhood and womanhood throughout American history.
From the New York Times-bestselling author of Exit West, a story of love, loss, and rediscovery in a time of unsettling change.
A transformational guide to getting yourself right in order to accomplish the work you were meant to do, from speaker, former U.S. Air Force officer, and member of the Ottawa tribe D.J. Vanas.
The Penguin Random House Speakers Bureau is thrilled that each week many of our speakers are on The New York Times Bestseller List.