- Ph.D., Systemic Philosophy and Theology, Graduate Theological Union
Politics, culture, religion, and history of Latin America
Courses taught in Africana Philosophy, History, Political Ecology, Geography, Psychology, History of Religions, Racism and Social Change, and Aesthetics of Dance. He currently teaches courses in Africana/Indigenous Religions, African American Religion, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr., and is teaching a new course on Comparative Religions: Indigenous Religious, Buddhism, and Christianity in 2012-2013
Enchained Humanity: A Comparative Study of the Ifliction of Incarcerationg on Persons in United States and South African prisons.
Book proposal on Indigenous Peoples, Religions and Resistance in Defense of Mother Earth to Routledge ( November, 2012).
Has forthcoming articles in the Journal of Black Studies and the Encyclopedia of African Cultural Heritage in North America (2013).
Nyakweri Ecological Restoration and Preservation Project with Samwel Naikada
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