Rizi has performed his inspirational music worldwide and has also delivered keynote speeches at numerous engagements in establishments ranging from Schools, non-profits, churches, Pride events/Festivals, and various Conferences.
United Nations HQ Speech to be delivered June 2018.
More Dates TBD
Snippet of Rizi’s Past Engagements.
Lecture 11/17 MFT class pacific oaks college “Trans Trauma experiences”
UCLA 11/16 Deneve auditorium “Trans experience panel”
St. John’s community night 11/17 Surgery scholarship presentation 2017
U C L A Sociology Class—Panel Discussion on the Trans experience.
First Congregational Church of Riverside, Riverside, CA—Keynote Speaker for the annual Trans Day of Remembrance (TDOR)
Unity Fellowship Church of Christ, Riverside, CA—Sermon: Proverbs 27:17 “Encouraging your friends along the way”
City of Refuge U C C church, San Francisco, CA– “An Unspoken Compromise” Book discussion and signing United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities. “OUT in the Gospel Speaker Series and Concert” June 21st, 2013.
National Gay and Lesbian Task Force “Creating Change” Conference. Jan 26th, 2013 Presentation Topic: A Cry for Help: The Role of Religion in Homophobic Rape, Violence and Murder of LGBTQI People of Color.
City of West Hollywood “Transgender Day of Remembrance” November 20th, 2012. Closing Sermon/Prayers for those who were murdered due to Transphobia delivered by Rizi
XIX International AIDS Conference, July 23rd, 2012. “One Voice: Gospel Artists Respond to AIDS” held at the Mt. Vernon Place United Methodist Church, Washington D.C
Claremont School of Theology “Issues of Justice in Spiritual Care Speakers Series.” March 21st, 2012 Presentation Topic: “Corrective Rape: An Alarming Trend in African Heterosexism.”
LGCM Gay Christian Annual Conference, London, UK
The Fellowship Conference and Gospel Concert. Atlanta, Georgia JAYA Center, Decatur, Georgia.
Church of the Holy Spirit Fellowship, Winston Salem, North Carolina.
New Foundation Christian Fellowship, Phoenix, Arizona
Boston Gay Pride
San Diego Gay Pride