Fresno State faculty experts
Several Fresno State faculty and staff members can share their academic and research expertise around issues relating to the current state of organized protest and racial-justice activism throughout the United States in reaction to the killing of George Floyd by police in Minneapolis. Others can speak to broader issues of social justice, anti-racist pedagogy, ethics, social inequality and the targeting of journalists.
This selection of experts (listed in alphabetical order by last name) represents some who have indicated their availability to discuss these matters. When reaching out to them, please include your deadline (date/time) so they can endeavor to respond in a timely manner.
If you need assistance connecting with these experts, please contact University Communications at email@example.com or text 559.246.1717. NOTE: Summer office hours for Fresno State are 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., but Lisa still monitors email after hours.
Thomas-Whit Ellis, professor and director of Theatre Arts, Africana Studies program coordinator
- African American theatre and film
- Current events in the African American community
- Stage director of productions giving voice to African American culture, history and traditions