Highlights

January 11th Edition: Staying Connected and Informed with PRHSB Speakers

FacebookTwitterEmailLinkedIn

The PRH Speakers Bureau is proud to represent speakers who keep us connected and make powerful progress toward change. As we continue to have conversations about challenging the status quo, actively fighting for justice in BIPOC communities, and grappling with COVID-19, we’ve compiled these recent articles, media, and essays from our speakers about the changing personal, political, and cultural landscapes.

We are also happy to include a roundup for you here of virtual events that are open to the public from our speakers for the upcoming week.

Follow us on TwitterFacebook, and LinkedIn for the latest news about PRH Speakers.

Virtual Events with Our Speakers

Tune in to these virtual Penguin Random House speakers’ book events, author Q&As and more that are happening this week.

Monday, January 11

Tuesday, January 12

Wednesday, January 13

Thursday, January 14

Check out #BooksConnectUsLive for more live virtual events.

Biden to Nominate PRHSB Speaker William Burns as CIA Director

William Burns Is Biden’s Choice for C.I.A. Director | The New York Times: President-elect Joe Biden on Monday will nominate Ambassador William Burns as director of the Central Intelligence Agency.

News and Media from PRHSB Speakers

Politics
Our speakers provide clarity and shrewd analysis of today’s issues to help make sense of our current and future political landscape.

COVID-19 
These articles from our speakers highlight practical advice and news about the current pandemic.

Black Lives Matter Movement
Below are some recent dialogues from our speakers on systemic racism and the Black Lives Matter movement.

Books Connect Us 
With their imaginative, impactful pieces of literature, our speakers provide incredibly valuable perspectives to be read by all.