George W. Moss
An educator for forty-one years, former co-owner and editor of The Flint Editorial newspaper, former columnist for The Flint Spokesmon newspaper, founder of The Black Arts Festival in the Beecher School District, and author of A History of Blacks in Michigan that was published by the Mott Foundation. I taught black history in the Beecher School District for thirty-three (33) years, and was the principal of Beecher Middle/High School for three years. In addition, I have taught at Baker College, Jordan College, Delta College, and The University of Michigan-Flint. I also taught a course for three years in the Thumb Correction facility in Lapeer, and often give lectures at various events in the Flint Community and surrounding areas each year. Presently, I am heading The Kernet Study Group at Pages Bookstore.
I am a graduate of Knoxville College and have done graduate work at Wayne State University, The University of Michigan, Michigan State University, and Eastern Michigan University. I have a Masters Degree from Eastern Michigan University and have done post-graduate work at Michigan State, The University of Michigan, and Eastern Michigan University. Over the last two years, I have done field studies on the African continent in Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, Sengal, and The Gambia. I also did field work in Egypt, in 1984. Presently, I am teaching two courses at The University of Michigan-Flint in the Department of Africana Studies, AFA 101 and AFA 220.