Michael Eric Dyson

Academic A graduate of Princeton University and professor of sociology at Georgetown, Michael Eric Dyson is one of the most prominent academics in the country. He hosts his own radio show, lectures all around the U.S. and has shared his social and political views on numerous TV shows, radio programs and movies, including MSNBC, where he became an official political analyst in 2011. An award-winning author, the Detroit native has written and edited novels on countless subjects stretching from Nas to Malcolm X to Hurricane Katrina.

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Commentary: Is There a Dearth of Black Public Intellectuals?

Is there a dearth of Black public intellectuals?

Wall Street Journal Columnist Slams MSNBC's Black Pundits as 'Mediocre'

Jason Riley says MSNBC's Black hosts were hired to race-bait.

Celebrity Birthdays: Happy Birthday, Miguel!

Kim Kardashian, Ciara and Drake also celebrate this week.

This Day in Black History: Oct. 23, 1958

Dr. Michael Eric Dyson was born on Oct. 23, 1958, in Detroit.

Cornel West Calls Al Sharpton the "Bonafide House Negro of the Obama Plantation"

Cornel West offers a harsh assessment of Al Sharpton and the March on Washington anniversary commemoration.

Bring That Week Back: 11-Year-Old Boy Takes Bullet for 5-Year-Old

Michael Eric Dyson condemns Tim Allen’s N-word rant, 10-year-old girl catches baby dropped from burning apartment, plus more headlines.
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