Contentious Curricula: Afrocentrism and Creationism in American Public Schools

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Appendix

I. Interview Respondents

Atlanta

D. F. Glover, former school board member of the Atlanta Public School System, and professor in the Department of Social Science, Morris Brown College

Mae Kendall, former director of Program Planning and Curriculum Development in the Atlanta Public School System

Cathy Loving, district archivist for the Atlanta Public School System

Murdell McFarlin, former public information officer, Superintendent’s Office, Atlanta Public School System

Midge Sweet, former school board member of the Atlanta Public School System

Gladys Twyman, project coordinator of the African American Infusion Program in the Atlanta Public School System

Betsy White, former education reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution anonymous school board member of the Atlanta Public School System


Washington, D.C.

Russell Adams, professor and chair of African American Studies at Howard University

Constance Clark, deputy superintendent for educational programs and operations, District of Columbia Public Schools

Betty Topps, executive assistant to the superintendent, District of Columbia Public Schools

Abena Walker, founder and principal of the African-Centered School at Webb Elementary School, District of Columbia Public Schools


New York

Linda Biemer, former dean of the School of Education, State University of New York, Binghamton, and co-chair of the New York State Curriculum and Assessment Committee

Walter Cooper, member of the New York State Board of Regents

Hazel Dukes, director of the New York chapter of the NAACP and former chair of the New York State Task Force on Minorities: Equity and Excellence

Nathan Glazer, professor in the School of Education, Harvard University, and former member of the New York State Social Studies Syllabus Review and Development Committee (the “Diversity Committee”)

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