Abdul Alkalimat
(b. Gerald McWorter, Chicago, 1942)
PhD, Sociology, University of Chicago

Activist scholar in Black Studies:
Professor of Sociology, Director Africana Studies, University of Toledo and editor of discussion list H-Afro-Am (Humanities and Social Sciences Online).

Editorial Boards: Perspectives on Global Development and Technology; Community Information and Society (England); Sage Race Relations Abstracts (England); cyRev: A Journal of Cybernetic Revolution, Sustainable Socialism and Radical Democracy; Africa World Review (England); Black Scholar (Founding Board Member)

Co-founder of Institute of the Black World, National Association of Afro-American Educators, Organization of Black American Culture, African Liberation Support Committee, Peoples College, Timbuktu and Twenty First Century Books, Cooperative Research Network in Black Studies, Illinois Council for Black Studies, and the Black Radical Congress.

Has published 10 book length manuscripts, many articles, and lectured throughout the world.

Current work is focused on Malcolm X, history of Black Studies, BRAIN: Black Research Archive on the Internet, cyberorganizing / Black cyber-power and, in general, the radical Black tradition.

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