American sociologist and anthropologist
According to Wikipedia,
John Gibbs St. Clair Drake was an African-American sociologist and anthropologist whose scholarship and activism led him to document much of the social turmoil of the 1960s, establish some of the first Black Studies programs in American universities, and contribute to the independence movement in Ghana. Drake often wrote about challenges and achievements in race relations as a result of his extensive research.
St. Clair Drake is affiliated with the following schools:
St. Clair Drake has made the following academic contributions: