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BLACK STUDIES
College of Liberal Arts

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Office
Department Office: Psychology 306 Office Hours:
  (562) 985-4624 Monday - Friday   8:00am - 5:00pm
  (562) 985-5599 FAX Closed Everyday   12:00 - 1:00pm
 
Faculty Lecturers
Dr. Maulana Karenga, Professor and Chair Dr. Hansonia Caldwell
Dr. Patricia-Anne Johnson, Assistant Professor Prof. Vernell DeSilva
Dr. Alosi Moloi, Associate Professor Prof. Erica Fuller
Dr. Reiland Rabaka, Assistant Professor Dr. Sheila Henry
Prof. Amen Rahh, Associate Professor Prof. Saul Lankster
Dr. James Robinson, Associate Professor Prof. Yolanda Reed
Dr. Ssendi Ssensalo, Professor Prof. Renee Salary-Collins
Dr. Skyne Uku-Wertimer, Professor
 
Administrative Support Coordinator Emeritus Faculty
  Prof. Arnett Hartsfield, Jr.



    Students desiring information should contact the department office for referral or the faculty advisor. The Black Studies curriculum is designed to provide general knowledge of Black culture and history and to offer training for professional work in the Black community. It offers programs to serve (1) business; (2) those entering a variety of occupations including government, teaching, school administration, foreign service, law, urban planning, communications, journalism, psychology, recreation, speech and linguistics; (3) majors in other fields, such as history, literature, creative writing, and anthropology, who wish to include additional dimensions to their course of study.



last modified on Nov. 8, 2001