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Raymond A. Winbush (b. 31 March 1948 in Homestead, Pennsylvania) is an American-African, scholar/activist who is Director of the Institute for Urban Research at Morgan State University.

A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Dr. Winbush received his undergraduate degree from Oakwood College. As an honor undergraduate, he won a fellowship to the University of Chicago and scholarships to Harvard and Yale Universities. In 1973, Dr. Winbush received his MA and, in 1976, the PhD from the University of Chicago. He has taught at Oakwood College, Alabama A&M University, Vanderbilt University and is currently professor at Morgan State University. During his 14 year tenure at Vanderbilt University, Dr. Winbush served as Assistant Provost, held an adjunct professorship in the Department of Psychology and was Director of the Johnson Black Cultural Center and Director of Intercultural Affairs. In 1989, he was first Vice President for Minority Affairs at Cleveland State University and, in 1995, was Director of the Race Relations Institute at Fisk University. In addition to serving on the editorial board of the Journal of Black Studies and as executive board member for the National Council for Black Studies, Dr. Winbush has been professional consultant and southern region president to the Association of Black Culture Centers.

In 2002, Ray Winbush aided in establishing the Global Afrikan Congress and appeared as race relations expert on the Oprah Winfrey show in 2005. His books, The Warrior Method: A Program for Rearing Healthy Black Boys and Should America Pay? Slavery and The Raging Debate on Reparations [1] were published in 2001 and 2003 respectively. Currently, Dr. Winbush continues his work on the Encyclopaedia Africana Project and his forthcoming book, A Brief History of White People.

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  1. ^ Winbush web-site
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