Strengths & Struggles Virtual Summit Interview between Dr. Jeanine Staples and Brian Davis
Contemporary Black Freedom Struggles: Crafting Leadership By Design
To cite Brian Anthony Davis, please use this citation in your work:
*Davis, B. (2017, September). “Contemporary Black Freedom Struggles: Crafting Leadership By Design.” In J. M. Staples (Chair & Discussant), Strengths and Struggles in Schools & Society: Producing Critical & Creative Examinations of Intersectional Lives. Virtual Summit commissioned and produced by Bucknell University’s Office of Multicultural Student Services & unHerd Series, Central Pennsylvania.
Brian Anthony Davis is an activist, motivational speaker, and scholar. Davis’s most recent work is his Scholarly Paper for The Ronald McNair Scholars program — an explorative investigation of Slavery and Freedom from the 17th Century to emancipation. During Brian’s tenure at The Penn State University, Brian has completed 4 study abroad programs in Haiti, Cuba, Amsterdam, and Australia. He has received over 22 awards for his selfless ethical leadership domestically and internationally. During August 2016, Brian created a yearly publication for Penn State titled, “Penn State Treasure” which is a resource guide for first-year and change-of-campus students.