INVITED PUBLIC ADDRESSES

“Social & Political Attitudes on the Black Predicament: Data from the Million Man & Million Woman Marches,” a lecture and Power Point presentation sponsored by the Black Law Student Association, Penn State – Dickinson School of Law, February 10, 2003.

“George W. and the Souls (and Votes) of Black Folk,” a lecture and Power Point presentation at the Black Political Thought Lecture Series, DePauw University,
April 1, 2002.

“Policy Responses to the Pfiesteria Problem: The Cases of North Carolina and Maryland,” a lecture and Power Point presentation at the Environmental Studies Symposium, Middlebury College, October 2000.

“Toward a Progressive African-American Nationalism: The Legacy of Mr. Booker T. Washington,” the opening address at the Booker T. Washington Centennial Student Conference, sponsored by the Tau Chi Chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honor Society, Tuskegee University, November 17, 1995.

“A Report on the Findings from the Million Woman March (With Selected Comparisons of Data from the Million Man March).” Invited speaker before a colloquium sponsored by the Africana Studies Program, Villanova University, 12 October 1998, Villanova, Pennsylvania.

“Welfare Reform in America: An Assessment,” An address before the Executive Leadership Institute of the National Forum of Black Public Administrators, 17 September 1998, Washington, D.C.

“Deracialization Revisited: Thinking Through the Dilemma,” an address delivered at a symposium sponsored by the Institute for the Study of Minority Issues, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia, November 15, 1990. NOTE: This address was based on a co-authored manuscript (of which I am the senior author) bearing the same title. (See: publications above).

“Race and Electoral Politics: The Continuing American Dilemma,” remarks prepared for a symposium sponsored by the Office of Minority Affairs, John Carroll University, University Heights, Ohio, October 18, 1990.

“From Election to Governance: The Challenges Facing Mayor Michael White and the City of Cleveland,” remarks prepared for a forum, “The 1989 Cleveland Mayoral Election: Campaigns and Consequences,” sponsored by the Department of Political Science and the Pi Sigma Alpha political science honorary of John Carroll University, University Heights, Ohio, March 27, 1990.

“Black Tuesday and the Politics of Deracialization,” prepared remarks before the Close Up Foundation (high school) Teacher Program, Arlington, Virginia, February 28, 1990.

“The Politics of Deracialization: Implications of the Past and Possibilities for the Future,” a Black History seminar before the staff of the National Governors’ Association, Washington, D.C., February 6, 1990.

“The November Elections and the Politics of Deracialization,” a paper and remarks prepared for a symposium, “Blacks in the November ’89 Elections: What is Changing,” sponsored by the Joint Center for Political Studies, National Press Club, Washington, D.C. December 5, 1989.




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