Staff and Faculty
|Dr. Sean Eversley-Bradwell|
|Assistant Professor, Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity|
Professor Eversley-Bradwell teaches courses on race theory, hip-hop, and the African diaspora. His research interests include pedagogy and the educational experience of marginalized students as well as the relationship between racialization and democracy. He's one of several faculty fellows who will lead your seminars and guide your research.
"I participate with the MLK scholar program because it gives me opportunity to continue Dr. King's work on the elimination of "the giant triplets" (racism, poverty, war) and to travel and work with organizations and activists around the world. But mainly, I participate because the MLK scholars are a cohort of students committed to working for change. Our scholars do good work over their four years and beyond. Having a small role in this journey -- and not necessarily the travel -- makes participation in the program (for students and faculty) a privilege."
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