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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Dr. Cornel West: 'Nothing Will Stop or Distract My Work'

Amid Dr. Michael Eric Dyson's recent controversial profile "The Ghost Dr. Cornel West" in the New Republic, West says he wants to focus on "what really matters" and that he will not be distracted by anyone attempting to assassinate his character.

Michael Eric Dyson Details His Break With Cornel West in Viral Takedown

Georgetown professor published a scathing 9,000-plus word piece attacking his former friend and mentor.

Michael Eric Dyson, Rudy Giuliani Argue Over Black-on-Black Crime

Former NY mayor sympathizes with grand jurors in Wilson case.

Obama: In Too Many Communities Young Men of Color Are Objects of Fear

President Obama provides updates on investigation into Michael Brown shooting.

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.
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