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About Khalid White

Khalid Akil White is a Lecturer in the Department of African American Studies at San Jose State University. He is also Professor of Ethnic Studies & Umoja Program Coordinator at San Jose City College. He has a bachelor of arts from Morehouse College, a master of education from Harvard University Graduate School of Education, and a doctorate in education from UC Davis and Sonoma State University.

White won the 2015 Man of the Year Award from the Striving Black Brothers Coalition and a 2011 Outstanding Faculty Award from San Jose City College. He is a recognized mentor with the Oriki Theater’s Rites of Passage Program.

White lives in the San Francisco area with his wife and daughter. He is the coauthor of Teaching Men of Color in Community College (2015) and a contributing author to the Street Lit Anthology (2014).

Positions

Present Lecturer, San Jose State University African-American Studies
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Present Professor, San Jose City College ‐ Ethnic Studies
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Curriculum Vitae




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Honors and Awards

  • “Man of the Year” 2014-15 Striving Black Brothers Coalition of Chabot College. Mar. 17, 2015

Education

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2014 Ed.D., University of California, Davis ‐ Educational Leadership
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2004 M.A., Harvard University ‐ Graduate School of Education
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2002 B.A., Morehouse College ‐ Sociology
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Books (2)

Documentary Films (1)

Blog Posts (1)

Contributions to Books (1)

Interviews (3)

Presentations (2)

Dissertation (1)