Random Musings: Reflections of a Black Intellectual focuses on the various racial and cultural challenges facing African-Americans in the context of present day educational, political, and historical realities. The text touches on a wide array of issues, including the psychology of race and power, the plight of the modern black intellectual, and the need to enhance the educational standing of American citizens across the board. Dr. Grenway uses the events of his life, in the form of random musings, to examine the much overlooked black perspective on American life.
|Publication date:||7th February 2011|
|Publisher:||Hamilton Books an imprint of University Press of America|
Bernard Grenway holds a Bachelor of Liberal Studies from the University of Maine at Presque Isle, a graduate certificate in executive leadership from Cornell University, a Masters of Science in human relations from Amberton University, an MBA and a PhD in applied management. He is an associate professor at the University of Maryland University College and full-time professor of business studies at Kaplan University.More About Bernard Grenway