The keynotes by Toni Morrison are empowering, meaningful and motivating. As a novelist and editor, Morrison is well spoken and poised as she delivers viable information on free speech, civil liberties and religious tolerance.
As the recipient of the Pulitzer Prize in 1988 and the Nobel Prize in 1993 Morrison shares words that resonate throughout each and every one of her speeches.
The keynotes by Toni Morrison address issues of race and equality as well as women's rights. Many of her novels have won awards and gone on to become critically acclaimed successes.