MARCUS ANTHONY HUNTER
Professor of sociology and African American Studies at UCLA
Welcome to the website of Marcus Anthony Hunter, a highly regarded Author, Professor and Humanitarian. With experience as a lecturer, consultant and author, Dr. Hunter has developed a reputation as a fresh and inspiring voice in his many areas of expertise.
About Marcus Anthony Hunter
Dr. Marcus Anthony Hunter is the Scott Waugh Endowed Chair in the Division of the Social Sciences and Professor of Sociology and African American Studies at UCLA., coiner of #BlackLivesMatter, and author of four books: Black Citymakers: How The Philadelphia Negro Changed Urban America, Chocolate Cities: The Black Map of American Life (coauthored with Zandria F. Robinson), The New Black Sociologists, and Radical Reparations™ forthcoming with HarperCollins (Amistad).
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About The A.R.C.H.
The Archives for Racial and Cultural Healing "The A.R.C.H." seeks to properly acknowledge, memorialize and be a catalyst to end the false belief in a hierarchy of human value based on race, embracing our common humanity and permanently eliminating persistent racial inequities.