duewaspeaking, consulting & programs  

DuEwa is available for Keynote addresses, workshops, author visits, college programs, and performances. The below speaker programs can be tailored for the organization's needs.  View DuEwa's speaker one sheet.


Email assistant (at) duewaworld (dot) com for availability and speaker fees.  


  • Readings & Lectures: Black History Month (Feb),

      Women’s History Month (March) & National Poetry Month (April)

  • Author Talk & Signing

  • Poetry and Spoken Word Performance

  • Diverse Voices in American Literature

  • Using Hip Hop to Teach Social Justice (College)

  • Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston - Womanist Thought & Poetic Language

  • Women in Hip Hop 



  • Author Talk and Reading - Assembly, Classroom, and/or Library

  • PD Workshops for Teachers (Literacy, Writing, Informational Text)

  • Culturally Responsive Curriculum 

  • K-12 Literacy Engagement Workshop for Librarians 

  • Using Hip Hop to Teach Social Justice (K-12)


  • Keynote Address

  • Writing Workshops for Youth

  • Poetry and Jazz 

  • Children's Book Event - Alice's Musical Debut

  • Book / Poetry Reading & Signing



  • Panel Discussion Topics: Literacy, Diversity, and Teaching Writing

  • Hip Hop Literacy

  • Author Talk and Signing (May include poetry reading)

  • Literacy Engagement Presentation (for Educators or Librarians)

  • Writing for Children / Diversity in Children’s Book Publishing

  • Topics in Hip Hop: Education, Women in Hip Hop & Poetry 

  • Writing Workshop 

  • Young Adult Book Panel Discussion


"DuEwa is a knowledgeable and impactful speaker who engaged our audience of over 300 educators for our annual conference as our Keynote. Her voice and experience as an educator and writer of the hip hop generation is needed."

NSPDK Coordinators, Conference on Cultural Relevancy in Education


"DuEwa's well-crafted poems and distinctive voice ring with authority and grace."

Dwight Bitikoker, President Emeritus

St. Louis Poetry Center

"We were happy to have DuEwa as one of our panelist for a great YA author panel."

Jennifer Thompson, Librarian, Brooklyn Public Library 

“Ms. Frazier, thank you so much for the work you do for our students.  Thank you for your time and commitment our students enjoyed the session.”

Kelly Davis, Administration for Instruction and Student Support, Alexandria Public Schools


"Ms. Frazier facilitated professional development for our teachers. She modeled successful strategies in teaching struggling readers using high interest, culturally responsive texts."

Faculty Coordinators, Missouri Department of Youth Services

"Ms. Frazier read her spirited, emotionally-resonant poetry while joined onstage by our own Webster High jazz musicians for a blending of verse and musical improvisation. Ms. Frazier beautifully communicated her personal and universal sketches to our students, demonstrating that she is a singular poet, educator, and performer."

Steve Leftridge, All Write Festival

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