Where Everybody Looks Like Me offers a sobering account of the perfect storm facing America’s historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs), including poor leadership, Ivy League poaching of the best black students, and efforts by Republican legislators to consolidate or shut them down. As featured on:
Stodghill discusses his work and offers commentary frequently in a variety of forums from book tours to community roundtables to guest appearances on radio and television. You can also find him on InnerView Media’s online channel. Find out here where Stodghill will be next, and what he’ll be talking out.
An award-winning journalist, Stodghill’s work has appeared in numerous national newspapers and magazines including the New York Times, Time, Business Week, Essence, Ebony, Black Enterprise, and Slate. He writes on a variety of topics; among his favorites are business, leadership, race, and class.