Malik Al Nasir is an author, poet, academic and public intellectual, who offers a range of services which include lectures and seminars on a variety of topics such as, enslavement and colonialism, early and late modern British history, decolonisation of archives and diversity. Malik also conducts workshops and seminars on Black music, Black history, civil rights, care experience, reparations and restorative justice. 

Specialist topics include: Gil Scott-Heron, The Last Poets, spoken word and the origins of Hip-Hop. With his profound storytelling and dynamic presence, Malik brings a unique blend of literary and motivational excellence to every event. 

Get in touch using the form on this page. For film, TV or literary enquiries please contact Charles Walker at United Agents.

    Examples of public speaking engagements​

    “The Truth That Lies Behind Roscoe” Bicentennial Roscoe Lecture for Liverpool John Moores University (2023)
    “A History of Dominant Culture in the Arts” Rare Talks for Google (2022)
    “The Truth That Lies Behind Roscoe” Bicentennial Roscoe Lecture (2023)
    “Inclusive Collections, Inclusive Libraries - The Sandbach Tinne Project" for Research Libraries UK (2023)
    “Brave New World” Keynote speaker Malik Al Nasir for the Museums Association (2021