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No Struggle No Progress: Howard Fuller’s Activism at Duke and Beyond

Howard Fuller and Mark Anthony Neal
October 16th, 2014
5:00 PM

  Archived

Drawing from his recently published memoir, No Struggle No Progress: A Warrior’s Life from Black Power to Education Reform, Professor Fuller and Mark Anthony Neal discussed Fuller's experiences working for racial justice and radical social change, from his days as a young activist in North Carolina in the 1960s to his current engagement with the school choice movement.

This event was co-sponsored with Duke's Consortium on Social Equity and Duke University's Department of African and African American Studies.

Howard Fuller

Marquette University

Dr. Howard Fuller is Distinguished Professor of Education and Founder/Director of the Institute for the Transformation of Learning at Marquette University. Among his many leadership positions in the field of education, he has served as the Superintendent of Milwaukee Public Schools, Dean of General Education at the Milwaukee Area Technical College, and Senior Fellow with the Annenberg Institute for School Reform at Brown University. He is currently Chair of the Board of the Black Alliance for Educational Options and of Milwaukee Collegiate Academy. You can follow him on Twitter at @HowardLFuller.