Michael Slaughter is a professor of history. He received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles. His research focuses on race in the American West, particularly in connection to the African American experience. His latest project examines notions and practices of racial tolerance and racial innocence in mid-twentieth century Los Angeles. His book-length manuscript links educational policy and practices in Los Angeles to a larger history of colorblind discrimination.
“Image Ownership: Public Domain” Ambassador Dwight Bush had a 35 year career in finance and corporate management before he became a U.S. diplomat. He has served as an executive within numerous financial institutions and sat on the board of directors for several corporate, educational, and … Read MoreDwight L. Bush (1957 – )