Make some trouble.

Simon Tam is best known as the founder and and frontman of The Slants. He expanded civil liberties for minorities by winning a landmark case at the Supreme Court of the United States.

Tam has been a keynote speaker and presenter at over 1,500 events across four continents, including TEDx, SXSW, and the American Bar Association.

His work has been highlighted in over 3,000 media features across 150 countries, including the front page of The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The Washington Post, and many others.

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“One of the most inspiring people I have heard speak.”

member, Leadership Council on Legal Diversity

Simon is a dynamic, engaging, and inspirational speaker.
From delivering the keynote at a major conference to engaging with students through a classroom visit, his compelling story-driven delivery will spark thoughtful conversations and new perspectives.

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Conflict and Resolution

Recently, I shared about an experience I had that could have been tense, anger-inducing, and possibly ruin my day. Instead, it turned out differently than most would expect: Yesterday, a white supremacist began sending messages to my FB page in response to one of my TED talks. I think it was mostly an attempt to … Continue reading Conflict and Resolution

Unexpected Recognition

This month, I received some unexpected news – twice – in the form of book awards. First, Book Authority named my memoir one of the 25 Best Books on the Constitution of All Time* (a pretty audacious claim in my opinion!). Then, I learned that I also received the silver medal from the Independent Publisher … Continue reading Unexpected Recognition

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Why Isn’t the Media Talking About This?

It’s a somewhat rhetorical question that we often ask without truly examining our intention: Why isn’t the media talking about this? Usually, when this is said, especially on social media during a heated debate, the odds are fairly high that the media is indeed already reporting on the matter. After all, that person had to … Continue reading Why Isn’t the Media Talking About This?

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