Welcome to My Place

                Prof. Johnie Scott, M.A., M.F.A., A.P.R.
     Associate Professor of Pan African Studies
     Director, PAS Writing Program
    Pan African Studies Department
California State University, Northridge

Safe Haven: A Pan African Studies Universe

"Each generation must, out of relative obscurity, discover its own destiny: fulfill it, or betray it!"--Frantz Fanon


The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Minister Malcolm X, two giants who each, in their own way as change agents for the 20th century and beyond, represented as well as articulated the dreams, desires and ambitions of Black America.

California State University,Northridge Library Guide

The Signifying Monkey: A Pan African Webliography

Pan African Studies 115 - Approaches to University Writing/Ticket No. 18069, Fall 2010/2011

Pan African Studies 155SI - Approaches to University Writing/Ticket No. 11467, Fall 2010/2011 with University 60 Corequisite

Pan African Studies 350 - Advanced Writing/Ticket No. 11489, Fall 2010/2011

    Council for the Advancement and Support of Education's Circle of Excellence Silver Medalist, Best Feature Article, "The Fire This Time"

"Watts, 1966" -- the Poem (See "Watts: Art and Social Change in Los Angeles, 1965-2002," Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University, pgs. 43-49) first presented in NBC-TV Emmy Award-winning Documentary Special "The Angry Voices of Watts" (1966) featuring The Watts Writers Workshop (1966)