David H. Jackson Jr.
David H. Jackson Jr. is a professor of history and the chair of the Department of History, Political Science, Public Administration, Geography, and African American Studies at Florida A&M University, a position he has held for the last nine years. Jackson has published five scholarly books and numerous scholarly articles, book chapters, short essays, and book reviews, and he has spoken at more than one hundred professional conferences, universities, public schools, prisons, courts, churches and other venues throughout the United States. He is the author most recently of Booker T. Washington and the Struggle against White Supremacy: The Southern Educational Tours, 1908-1912 (2008). He has received numerous awards from his university, including multiple teaching and research awards and the Rattler Pride Award for Community Leadership; he was also named one of the university's "Outstanding Alumni of the Quasquicentennial." In 2014 he received the American Historical Association’s Equity Award in recognition of his achievements in training and mentoring minority historians, having sent more than thirty students to doctoral programs in the last decade.
- Booker T. Washington's Struggle against White Supremacy
- A Call to Consciousness, a Legacy to Remember: A Conversation with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
- A Chief Lieutenant of the Tuskegee Machine: Charles Banks of Mississippi
- Radical Preacher-Activist: Bishop Henry McNeal Turner of the A.M.E. Church
- The Sacred Mission of the African Scholar