February MASTERS by Winn Claybaugh Features Black Scholar and Author, Dr. Karlos K. Hill

Interviewed by Winn Claybaugh and NeCole Cumberlander, Dr. Karlos K. Hill brings historical perspective to racial events that impact the Black experience. As Dr. Hill says, "If you don't know your history, you don't know who you are"
Karlos K. Hill Community-engaged scholar
Karlos K. Hill Community-engaged scholar
SANDY, Utah - Feb. 21, 2022 - PRLog -- Dr. Karlos K. Hill is a community-engaged scholar who brings historical perspective to difficult racial events that impact the Black experience and our culture today. As a speaker, teacher, and leader, Dr. Hill shares insight into the history of race and racism to encourage hard conversations and empower and uplift communities who are seeking and creating lasting change.

Dr. Hill is the author of three groundbreaking books: Beyond the Rope: The Impact of Lynching on Black Culture and Memory; The Murder of Emmett Till: A Graphic History; and The 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre: A Photographic History. He founded the Tulsa Race Massacre Oklahoma Teachers Summer Institute to teach the history of the 1921 Race Massacre to thousands of middle school and high school students. He has been a featured expert on Vox's Juneteenth documentary short; has been interviewed on national media including CNN, Time, and USA Today to help frame current national protests against police violence; and continues to contribute historical perspective to journalistic and storytelling projects, articles, and videos, as well as speaking for organizations, universities and community events.

Interviewed by Winn Claybaugh and NeCole Cumberlander, Karlos Hill describes himself as a humanist whose message is "I love people." This powerful combination marries his knowledge of Black and American history with his desire to implement profound changes related to equity and racism. Dr. Hill considers it his mission to share Black history in his books, his role as community-engaged scholar, and in middle school and high school classrooms because, as he says, "If you don't know your history, you don't know who you are."

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