Olaleye Communications, Inc

Lecture Seminar Series

Experience the African Diaspora with thought provoking, visually-oriented lectures perfect for Black History month and throughout the year.

Dr. Jackson holds a Ph.D. in Visual Anthropology from Union Institute and an MFA and BFA from Yale University. He is founder and president of Olaleye Communications, Inc., of Boston, MA. Hes serves as a consultant to artists and scholars who are conducting visual and cultural research related to Africa retentions in the Americas.

Dr. Jackson is available for a number of thought-provoking visually-oriented lectures on:

  • Ghana’s Slave Forts and Castles
  • The Candomble of Brazil
  • The Yoruba Religious Tradition in the Americas
  • The Million Man and Million Women Marches of Washington, DC and Philadelphia, PA
  • Cross Cultural Influences

Invite Reginald to your school, organization, or institution for an inspiring visual presentation that can be accompanied by a photographic exhibition and curriculum.

For more details, call (857)389-8986 mobile or inquire by email, reginald.jackson@simmons.edu