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- America's economic unique selling points are at risk - Financial Times December 13, 2017
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- Eliminating net neutrality would hurt rural America - The Hill December 12, 2017
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- The Tax Overhaul Could Cripple the US as a Leader in Science - MIT Technology Review December 11, 2017
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- How a half-educated tech elite delivered us into chaos - The Guardian November 19, 2017
- We Need to Retool Higher Ed to Defeat Robots - Daily Beast November 18, 2017
- Associate Professor
- Atlanta Metropolitan College
- Website: gsu.academia.edu/KenjaMcCray
- Twitter: KMcCr5
I have a B.A. from Spelman College and an M.A. from Clark Atlanta University. Both degrees are in history. I am currently pursuing a Ph.D. in history at Georgia State University. My areas of interest are African Americans, Africa and the diaspora, transnational histories, women, class and social history. I am also an associate professor of history at Atlanta Metropolitan College (a PBI). I teach U.S. and African American history, mostly in the online format. I have a passion for educating people about history which has followed me from my days as a museum docent to the digital classrooms of Atlanta Metro.
I understand the ways in which technology has opened access to education for many people who (like full-time working parents or mothers who are about to give birth) might not have otherwise been able to pursue or continue their education. I am very committed to providing a quality and satisfying experience in the online history classroom. Therefore, I am interested in broadening my knowledge of the digital humanities.