You are here

Drums2.JPG
positively
"Every moment counts because each
- Chiquita Howard-Bostic
SPEAK
box2.jpg
memory has a sound of its own."
Drums2.JPG
positively
"Every moment counts because each
- Chiquita Howard-Bostic
SPEAK
box2.jpg
memory has a sound of its own."
memory has a sound of its own."
Drums2.JPG
positively
"Every moment counts because each
- Chiquita Howard-Bostic
SPEAK
box2.jpg
memory has a sound of its own."
box2.jpg
memory has a sound of its own."
Drums2.JPG
positively
"Every moment counts because each
- Chiquita Howard-Bostic
SPEAK
box2.jpg
memory has a sound of its own."

"MOTIVATIONAL Messages"

Dr. Howard-Bostic Wedges open the doors to Empowerment

Theories on Global Stratification

Global Inequality

Harambe Conference 2016

CLICK TO VIEW HB VIDEO (6:41)

Part I: Can Men Control Women?

Intimate Partner Violence

Advena World Channel 2016

CLICK TO VIEW HB VIDEO (3:05)

Part II: Can Men Control Women?

Intimate Partner Violence

Advena World Channel 2016

CLICK TO VIEW HB VIDEO (3:05)

Double Jeopardy in Academia

Black Feminism

Advena World Channel 2016

CLICK TO VIEW HB VIDEO (3:11)

Keynote Address

KEYNOTES

“They may forget what you said, but they will never forget how you made them feel.” — Carl W. Buechner

2017 keynotes: Featured Topics

Dr. Howard-Bostic has been selected by NAACP Berkeley County-Martinsburg, WV as the 2017 keynote speaker for the Freedom Fund Dinner, which will be held on November 19, 2017 in Martinsburg, WV. On June 10, 2017 in Toronto, Canada, Howard-Bostic presented the keynote address at the Fourth International Conference on Advances in Women’s Studies. She delivered an address about empowering academia and the community using bystander intervention.

2016 Keynotes: Featured Topics

In September of 2016, Dr. Chiquita Howard-Bostic presented the keynote address, “Education Across Generations,” at the Advena World International Conference on Leadership, Ethics, and Urban Issues in Washington, D.C. She introduced a transformational leadership strategy to address disenfranchised generational socialization processes. In June 12, 2016, sociologist and community mentor, Howard-Bostic was the featured speaker at the Buffalo Branch NAACP 50th Annual Medgar Evers Award Dinner at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center. WATCH Howard-Bostic's keynote speech.

image description

Frequently Asked Questions

2016 NAACP Keynote Address

What related studies exist about education and quality of life?

ACCESS related literature exploring institutional change and globalization.

What perspectives were introduced during the NAACP keynote address in Buffalo, NY

The keynote addresses three unique perspectives about the value of life and the definition of education following economic shifts in the City of Buffalo. First, Howard-Bostic introduced personal experiences and help from local leaders in Buffalo as political statements to shape how community leaders can re-define education strategies for the current generation. Second, Howard-Bostic shared a critical perspective about the historical production of materials and ideas. Third, she discussed behavioral changes across generations (Baby Boomers, Generations X, Y, and Z) to interpret the value of life and definitions of education across generations.

What did the audience take away from the NAACP keynote?

For the past 45 years, we have endured the effects of a transition from an economy heavily invested in manufacturing to a more technology diversified economy. Institutional change (media, economy, education, and family) can impact how city residents exist in this world. The Greatest liberator is the education system. Leaders need to work together and pool resources to invest in our community. We must reeducate and reinvigorate residents to enhance reasons to live together, and love ourselves and each other. However, we work as a team by respecting the strengths of each generation. We need respect for self and authority, work ethic, and determination like the Baby Boomers. We need the ability to think critically and outside of the box like Generation X. We need the confidence, teamwork, drive, and ability to challenge and create change like Generation Y. We also need the intelligence, ability to access information, and ability to work with all human kind like Generation Z (Howard-Bostic, 2017).

inside filmstrip.png
Filmtripsilver.png
Filmtripsilver.png
Filmtripsilver.png
Filmtripsilver.png
K4.jpg.png
1teamcolor.png
arbor.png
K5.jpg.png
inside filmstrip.png
outline.png
outline.png
outline.png
outline.png
peace and social justice rally 2017
arbor day 2015
su kiva campaign 2017
su kiva campaign 2017
inside filmstrip.png
Filmtripsilver.png
Filmtripsilver.png
Filmtripsilver.png
Filmtripsilver.png
read1color.png
Read2color.jpg
Martinsburgcolor.jpg.png
ReadPoster.png
inside filmstrip.png
outline.png
outline.png
outline.png
outline.png
SU Outstanding Teacher award 2015
su martinsburg center 2015
Read featuring Giddens Text 2015
read poster reveal 2015
inside filmstrip.png
Filmtripsilver.png
Filmtripsilver.png
Filmtripsilver.png
Filmtripsilver.png
R2.jpg.png
People.png
RedFlag.png
inside filmstrip.png
outline.png
R6.png
outline.png
outline.png
outline.png
Red Flag Display 2015
Western Canada Voyage 2013
Red Flag Cheer 2015
Red Flag Campaign 2015
inside filmstrip.png
Filmtripsilver.png
Filmtripsilver.png
Filmtripsilver.png
Filmtripsilver.png
naacp2.png
naacp1.png
Fam.png
Present3.png
inside filmstrip.png
outline.png
outline.png
outline.png
outline.png
Oxford Roundtables 2015
Bostic Family 2016
KEYNOTe, Buffalo NAACP 2016
Erie County Legislature resolution 2016
inside filmstrip.png
Filmtripsilver.png
Filmtripsilver.png
Filmtripsilver.png
Filmtripsilver.png
4.png
3.png
HelpBridgeSM2.png
HelpBridgeSM1.png
inside filmstrip.png
outline.png
outline.png
outline.png
outline.png
Teach-In Team 2017
Help bridge Class-Spring Mills 2017
Help bridge Dynamic Hero 2017
Human Trafficking 102 Teach-In 2017