Rev. Dr. Barbara Reynolds Media Carousel

Standing at the mural at the Harriet Tubman Museum in Cambridge, MD. She was born in Dorchester County in March, 1842.
Standing at the mural at the Harriet Tubman Museum in Cambridge, MD. She was born in Dorchester County in March, 1842.
Michelle Obama and me
Michelle Obama and me
Muhammad Ali and me at a party in Chicago, 1973.
Muhammad Ali and me at a party in Chicago, 1973.
President Carter
President Carter
Angela Bassett
Angela Bassett
Samuel L Jackson
Samuel L Jackson
President Clinton at the White House for First Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies Awards Dinner in 1993.
President Clinton at the White House for First Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies Awards Dinner in 1993.
Pat Muse NBC4 NBC Washington.
Pat Muse NBC4 NBC Washington.
NO, I Won't Shut Up!
NO, I Won’t Shut Up!
Doing Good in the Hood
Doing Good in the Hood
Coretta Scott King: My Life, My Love, My Legacy.
Coretta Scott King: My Life, My Love, My Legacy.
Tracy and me at the Newseum
My Dear Friend Traycee Gales.
Angela Bassett and I enjoy a brief chat.
Angela Bassett and I enjoy a brief chat.
I'm here with Attorney General Eric Holder and friend Wendy Houston.
I’m here with Attorney General Eric Holder and friend Wendy Houston.
Talking to founding director of the museum Dr. Lonnie Bunch who raised about half a billion dollars to complete the project.
New Chief and First Black Director of the Smithsonian Institution, Dr. Lonnie Bunch.
Omarosa was the Mistress of Ceremony and I was joined my many friends, family and other notable honorees such as JC Hayward.
Omarosa was the Mistress of Ceremony.
Harvard Class of 1977 dr barbara reynolds
The only black woman in the Nieman Class at Harvard Class of 1977.
Book Signing for Coretta Scott King: My Life, My Love, My Legacy
Book Signing for Coretta Scott King: My Life, My Love, My Legacy
Book Signing for Coretta Scott King: My Life, My Love, My Legacy
Book Signing for Coretta Scott King: My Life, My Love, My Legacy
Book Signing for Coretta Scott King: My Life, My Love, My Legacy
Book Signing for Coretta Scott King: My Life, My Love, My Legacy
The Journalists Roundtable joined with the Newseum in Washington on Feb. 4, 2017, in a book event featuring the Rev. Barbara Reynolds
The Journalists Roundtable joined with the Newseum in Washington on Feb. 4, 2017, in a book event honoring me.
Richard Prince., a co-founder of the Journalists Roundtable, and Barbara Reynolds in the "green room" before the event begins
Richard Prince., a co-founder of the Journalists Roundtable, and Barbara Reynolds in the “green room” before the event begins
The Journal-isms Roundtable hosts Derrick Johnson, president and CEO of the NAACP, Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2019. in Washington at Mr. Henry’s. Narrative
Journalist Round Table.
On my left is Marvin McMickle, author of Where Have all the Prophets Gone On right is Adam Bond author of The imposing preacher
On my left is Marvin McMickle, author of Where Have all the Prophets Gone On right is Adam Bond author of The imposing preacher
Omarosa at Howard University School of Communications
Omarosa at Howard University School of Communications
Keynote Speaker: NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet in Reno, Nevada
Keynote Speaker: NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet in Reno, Nevada
and still we rise contents
50 Interviews with 50 Black influential Persons
maya angelo interviews and still we rise
Interview with Maya Angelou
Interview with Oprah Winfrey 1986
Interview with Oprah Winfrey 1986
and still we rise pages
50 Interviews with 50 Black influential Persons

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Awards & Honors 

United Kingdom CORETTA KING BOOK TOUR; spoke in                                        

  • Parliament in the Palace of Westminster March 14, 2018, on March 19, 2018 at the University College, London hosted by ‘The UCL Culture & Institute of America; March 20 at The University of Birmingham, Cadbury Centre for the Public Understanding of Religion.
  • Honored at the Newseum in Washington DC, Feb. 4. 2017  for authorship of the Coretta Scott King memoirs in conjunction with the Black Journalists Roundtable.  
  • Nominated to the Board of Preachers at the Dr. Martin Luther King International College of Ministry & Laity at Morehouse College, where Dr. King earned his undergraduate degree. The award was presented in August, 2015 in “honor of a life that exemplified the life of Dr. King.” 
  • Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Convocation Speaker at the Roland Park Day School, Baltimore, Md. January 14, 2015. Topic was Two Souls with One Goal. 
  • Featured in Who’s Who in Black Washington in the 2010 and 2011 editions. 
  • Featured on Panel with Michael Duster, granddaughter of Ida B. Wells and Ann Roosevelt, granddaughter of Eleanor and former president Franklin D. Roosevelt, discussing issues affecting public housing, March 23, 2010 Chicago. 
  • Featured on Tony Brown’s Journal on segment entitled “A Brilliant Mind.”  Aired November 5, 2006.  
  • Howard University, Ida B. Wells Award for Advocacy in Journalism, May, 2001 (other recipients included acclaimed actress Ms. Ruby Dee, and Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Member of Congress).  
  • Honorary Doctorate in Humane Letters, The Ohio State University, August, 1996 
  • Honorary Doctorate of Humanities, Shenandoah University, Winchester, VA, 1995 .
  • University of Missouri, (Columbia) School of Communications Award for Distinguished Service in Journalism, 1991. 
  • Inducted into the Columbus Ohio Public Schools Hall of Fame, Columbus, Ohio.

My Memories

Keynote Industry speeches 

  • Keynote Address: The National Council of Negro Women. Montgomery County Section, October 30, 2010.  
  • Keynote Address, Lucent Technologies, Sheraton Hilton, Washington DC, Sept. 9, 1999. 
  • MLK Commemoration Speech, city of Knoxville TN, January 17, 1999 
  • Sister for Sister Conference, “Positive Change, Positive Growth,” September 20, 1998, Richmond, VA. 
  • Closing banquet speaker, The Evan Donaldson Adoption 

Institute, Conference on Ethics, Anaheim, Calif. November 5, 1999  

  • Keynote luncheon speaker Women in Communications, “Media Gender and Racial Apartheid,” Capital Hilton, Washington DC, June 15, 1990. 
  • Speaker, Virginia Education Association’s Human Dignity 

Conference, “Celebrating Diversity: Many Voices, Many Dreams,” March 8, 1987 

Civic/Religious  

  • Guest speaker celebrating Black History Month at Greater Mt Calvary Holy Church for the Male Chorus on The Power of The Song, February 24, 2018.
  • Presentation at the DC City Church February 11, 2018 .
  • Video- taped greeting in Parliament (United Kingdom), October 20, 2017 on Coretta Scott King 
  • Addressed the Duquesne Law Center in Pittsburgh on the topic  “Morality Under Siege,” November 19, 2017.
  • Keynote speaker at St. George’s Episcopal Church in Washington DC on the subject of Stewardship and Reaping the Benefits of God’s Many Blessings, November 5, 2006.  
  • Convenor and keynote speaker at The Senior Citizens Conference in Springfield, Mass, sponsored by St. John’s Congregational Church, October 27, 2006.  
  • Subject: Standing in the Midst of the Struggle.  May 23, 2006 
  • Convener of Seminar: Drugs, Sex & HIV/AIDS with former Surgeon General Dr. Jocelyn Elders as guest speaker and persons living with HIV/AIDS, members of congress, federal, state and local officials as panelists; September 23, 2004 
  • King Day Speech: “Arise and Go On,” Rockville Full Life Fellowship Hall, Rockville MD, January 17, 2004 
  • 37th Annual NAACP Freedom Fund Dinner Keynote Speaker, Wilmington, DE, “Speaking Truth To Power,” Oct. 28, 2001  
  • Black History Address, City of Newark, NJ, Manpower Training Center, Feb. 29, 1999 
  • Keynote Address Sister for Sister Conference, “Positive Change, Positive Growth,” Richmond, Va., Sept, 20, 1998.
  • Keynote Address for Business and Professional Women/USA . Capital Hilton Hotel, Washington, DC, Jan. 31, 1997 
  • Keynote Address for the Hartford Alumnae Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta, March, 1997 
  • Keynote Address, The National Links, Rochester, NY, May 10, 1997 
  • Keynote Address at the National Conference “It Takes an Entire Village to Raise a Child,”  Hyatt Regency and Greater Columbus Convention Center, Columbus, Ohio, June 14, 1995  
  • The First Annual CEO Conference on Ethics and Excellence, The Nassau Marriott Resort, Nassau, Bahamas, June 25, 1995 
  • Keynote Address Moore Street Baptist Church Annual Women’s Day Observance, Richmond, VA. Dec. 4, 1994 
  • Keynote Address, Black El Paso Democrats, 8th Annual Political Awareness Banquet, Westin Paso Del Norte Hotel, Feb. 15, 199.
  • Keynote Address at the Afro-American Historical and Cultural Museum, “The Disappearance of Black Doctors,” Philadelphia, PA, Feb. 2, 1989 .