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The symposium will critically examine how Black scholarship has been viewed unequally in tenure and promotion cases for Black faculty in a White academy. Distinguished Black scholars will discuss reasons for the relegation of scholarship focused on Black and Brown communities and offer recommendations designed to help the advancement of Black faculty. This symposium is sponsored by the Journal of African American Males in Education, which has an unwavering interest and commitment to promoting Black scholarship. Zoom link will be emailed on the day of the event to registered guests.Panelists:DR. JAMES EARL DAVIS, Temple University DR. DONNA Y. FORD, The Ohio StateDR. FRED A BONNER II, Prairie View A&M UniversityDR. JENNIFER JOHNSON, Temple University DR. T. ELON DANCY, University of PittsburghModerator: DR. SOSANYA JONES , Howard UniversityThis event is presented by the new Editors of JAAME, Dr. Robert T. Palmer of Howard University and Dr. Alonzo M. Flowers of Drexel University. The Journal of African American Males in Education (JAAME) is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to advancing scholarship and practice on African American males in education. JAAME publishes research on African American males throughout the educational pipeline (P-20), in various contexts (e.g., urban, suburban, rural), and in multiple capacities (e.g., students, teachers, faculty, staff, administrators). JAAME features articles that: 1) are grounded in research, theory and experiential knowledge; 2) promote critical examination of issues facing African American males in education; and 3) provide concrete recommendations for policy and practice. JAAME is published online.

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The symposium critically examines how Black scholarship has been viewed unequally in tenure/promotion of Black faculty in a White academy.

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