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(rescheduled) Making the (In)visible Visible: A Virtual Conversation with Dr. View

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Making the (In)visible Visible


Dr. View

6 p.m. Thursday, March 4

(rescheduled from February)

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Stevie “Dr. View” Johnson is a DJ, producer, educator and community organizer from Longview, Texas. With close to 10 years of college student development experience, Dr. View received his Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration from the University of Oklahoma, in May of 2019. His written hip-hop & album dissertation, entitled Curriculum of the Mind: A BlackCrit, Narrative Inquiry Hip-Hop Album on Anti-Blackness & Freedom for Black Male Collegians at historically white institutions, received the 2019 Bobby Wright Dissertation of the Year Award for the Association for the Study of Higher Education. Dr. View is the CEO of The Space Program (TSP), an independent record label hub and Hip Hop collective; CEO of (IN)VISIBLE records; Executive Producer of Fire in Little Africa, which is a multimedia Hip-Hop Project commemorating Tulsa’s Historic Greenwood District known as Black Wall Street, and the Manager of Education & Diversity Outreach for the Woody Guthrie Center & Bob Dylan Center. Dr. View is married to his wife Ariel, and is a father to his three year old son, Amir Sky. His debut album (IN)VISIBLE MAN is available now on all digital streaming platforms.