Interviews

  • john a. powell
    john a. powell
    john a. powell is an internationally recognized scholar on race, poverty and regional equity. Powell serves as the executive director of the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity, as well as the Williams Chair in Civil Rights and Civil Liberties at the Moritz College of Law. Under his leadership, the Kirwan Institute […]
  • Peggy McIntosh
    Peggy McIntosh
    Peggy McIntosh, Ph.D., is the Associate Director of the Wellesley College Center for Research on Women. A world-renowned lecturer, she consults with higher education institutions throughout the United States and the world on creating multi-cultural and gender-fair curricula. McIntosh is the author of many influential articles on curriculum change, women’s studies and systems of unearned privilege. […]
  • Tim Wise
    Tim Wise
    Tim Wise is among the most prominent anti-racist writers and educators in the United States, and has been called, “One of the most brilliant, articulate and courageous critics of white privilege in the nation,” by best-selling author and professor Michael Eric Dyson, of Georgetown University. Wise, who was named one of “25 Visionaries Who are […]
  • Wayne Flynt
    Wayne Flynt
    Wayne Flynt is Professor Emeritus in the Department of History at Auburn University. He has won numerous teaching awards and been a Distinguished University Professor for many years. His research focuses on Southern culture, Alabama politics, Southern religion, education reform, and poverty. He is Editor-in-Chief of the Online Encyclopedia of Alabama. Professor Flynt has written […]
  • Karlos Finley
    Karlos Finley
    Licensed to practice law in 2006, Karlos attained a position with the Mobile County District Attorney’s office where he represented the State in the Juvenile and Adult Court Systems, at both the District and Circuit Court levels. In addition to his regular duties as an Assistant District Attorney, he gave the District Attorney’s weekly “Early […]
  • Anthony Outler
    Anthony Outler
    Anthony E. Outler, MS.Ed., CAMS characterizes himself as a ‘change agent’ whose life’s purpose is to use his many talents to educate, uplift, and inspire individuals to actualize the greatness invested within them. Anthony has been afforded a wealth of knowledge and experience from his formal education, as well as his 10+ years experience in […]
  • Carmen Harris
    Carmen Harris
    Associate Professor of History. Dr. Harris teaches African American, U.S., Latin American History. Her research and teaching interests are African American, Southern and South Carolina History. She recently completed a six-year term as a member of the Board of Directors of the South Carolina Humanities Council.
  • Jim Flowers
    Jim Flowers
    Jim Flowers is the Rector of All Saints Episcopal Church in Mobile, AL.