«POWER, MONEY, AND SEX(UALITY): THE BLACK MASCULINE PARADIGM A Dissertation Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of the Louisiana State University and ...»
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Kendric Coleman was born in Bogalusa, Louisiana, and grew up in Mt. Hermon, Louisiana, where he attended Mt. Hermon High School.
Coleman received a bachelor of arts degree in English, with a minor in mass communication, from Louisiana State University at Baton Rouge in December of 1997. Coleman continued his matriculation at LSU and completed the Master of Arts degree in English, with a concentration in African American Literature. Upon completion of the master’s degree, Coleman accepted a fulltime faculty position at Southern University and Agricultural and Mechanical College. Later, Coleman pursed his doctorate degree also at LSU where he was the recipient of the Huel Perkins Fellowship. The Doctor of Philosophy will be conferred on