Director and Associate Professor of Black Studies (B.S. degree from Miles College; M. Div. Harvard Divinity School; Ph.D. from Ohio State University).
Learning & Teaching
Introduction to Black Studies; and Black Religion and Black Theology, Rebellion, Resistance and Black Religion
“Legba, Black Studies, and Critical White Studies: Transforming Critical Thinking at the Crossroads,” in Brock, M., Nix-Stevenson, D., & Miller, P.C., eds. Critical Black Studies Reader, 67-77. New York: Peter Lang Publishing. Co-Authored with Dr. Toni King. 2017.
Obama, Black Religion, and the Reverend Wright Controversy,” in Henry, C.P., The Obama Phenomenon: Toward a Multiracial Democracy. 165-180. Chicago: University of Illinois.
“Black Studies, Multicontextualism and the Discourse of ‘Diversity and Inclusion.” in Brock, M., Nix-Stevenson, D., & Miller, P.C., eds. Critical Black Studies Reader, 116-125. New York: Peter Lang Publishing. 2017.