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[L]arge segments of … society are more concerned about tranquility and the status quo than about justice and humanity.”

– Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr

Project Humanities is proud to reach and support multiple diverse communities near and far. It is gratifying to realize the impact and reach of our ambitious efforts across multiple communities. Thank you for acknowledging  and recognizing our deep commitment to disrupting the status quo.  

Project Humanities [Director] Receives Gary Krahenbuhl Difference Maker Award

March 2023

Project Humanities receives Anthem Award under the Community Engagement Category

February 2023

Project Humanities [Director] Receives Inaugural 2022 ASU MLK Jr. Faculty Servant-Leadership Award.

January 2022

Project Humanities Receives Catalyst Award, ASU Committee for Campus Inclusion

December 2021

Project Humanities [Director] Receives Citizen of the Year Award, Phi Iota Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity

November 2021

Project Humanities [Director] Receives MLK Diversity Award, City of Tempe

January 2021

Project Humanities [Director] Receives Unity in the Community Service Award, Holy Trinity African Methodist Episcopal Church

February 2020

Project Humanities [Director] Receives The Art of Academia, Living History Award

January 2020

Project Humanities Receives MLK Diversity Award, City of Phoenix

January 2019

Project Humanities [Director] Receives Diversity Leadership Alliance Award

December 2018

Project Humanities [Director] Receives 9th Prismatic Pride Award, Ion Arizona Magazine

April 2017

Project Humanities [Director] Receives MLK Diversity Awards, City of Tempe and City of Paradise Valley

January 2017

Project Humanities [Director] Inducted into Echo Magazine’s Hall of Fame

November 2016

Project Humanities [Director] Receives Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion Faculty Award, ASU Committee for Campus Inclusion

April 2016

Project Humanities [Director] Receives Invisible Heroes "UMOJA" Award, United Gay Informed Men of African Descent (UGIMA)

February 2015

Project Humanities [Director] Touted as 'Invisible Hero', Echo Magazine

February 2015

Project Humanities [Director] Receives ADE Francis Andrew March Award

January 2015

Project Humanities [Director] Honored by Modern Language Association, Modern Language Association

January 2015

Project Humanities [Director] Receives Roy Wilkins Community Service Award, East Valley NAACP

October 2014

Project Humanities [Director] Receives 2014 Man of the Year Award, Fifth Episcopal District Desert Mountain Annual Conference

August 2014

Project Humanities [Director] Receives Inaugral Key of Excellence Award, The Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society

December 2013

Dean's Distinguished Professor and Newly Tenured Rising Stars

June 2004