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Michael Harlan Washington

Michael Harlan Washington, American historian, educator, consultant, author, community organizer. Recipient Appreciation award, Fishermen's Concerned Citizens Plaqucmens Parish, Louisiana; Development grantee, Kentucky Council Higher Education, 1979-1980.


  • Washington, Michael Harlan was born on September 25, 1950 in Cincinnati. Son of Herbert William and Willa Alice (Battle) Washington.

  • Education

    • Associate of Arts, Raymond Walters College, 1971. Bachelor of Science, University Cincinnati, 1973. Master of Education, University Cincinnati, 1974.

      Doctor of Education, University Cincinnati, 1984.


    • Social education director Fleischmanns Boy's Clubs Greater Cincinnati, 1972—1974. Instructor reading Veterans Upward Bound Program University Cincinnati, 1974, assistant director Employees Developmental Education Program, 1974—1976, instructional specialist Center Development Education, 1974—1979. Associate professor history Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights, since 1980, foundation, director Afro-American Studies Program, since 1986.

      Consultant Various Organizations.


    • Author: Academic Success and the College Minority Student, 1986. Creator (radio program) Voices of Youth. Contributor articles to professional journals.


    Christian discipleship is a commitment to work for social and political change of the community you live in.


    Christian faith rests not on our own feelings, but on the promises of a faithful God.

    Denomination: Baptist


    Anyone may appear in hardship and poverty. Never give up in pursuit of happiness and one day you will find yourself in the right place, where God gives the sense of joy and assurances you are looking for.


    Active Williams Young Men’s Christian Association, Cincinnati, since 1979. Assistant football coach Finneytown Parent Boosters, 1980—1983, head coach, 1985. Founder, Minority Student Leadership award Northern Kentucky University, Minority Retention Scholarship Fund, 1986.

    Member of American Association of University Professors, Youth Against Militarism (founder), College Reading Association, Kentucky Association Teachers History, United States Tang-soo-do Federation, Phi Alpha Theta.


    • Married Sandra LaVonne Walker, September 23, 1972. Children: Michael Junior, Milo Robeson.
    • father: Herbert William Washington
    • mother: Willa Alice (Battle) Washington
    • spouse: Sandra LaVonne Walker
    • children: Michael Junior Washington
    • Milo Robeson Washington
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    Born September 25, 1950
    (age 66)
    • 1971
      Raymond Walters College
    • 1973
      University Cincinnati
    • 1974
      University Cincinnati
    • 1984
      University Cincinnati
    • 1972 - 1974
      Social education director, Fleischmanns Boy's Clubs Greater Cincinnati
    • 1980
      associate, professor history Northern Kentucky University
    • 1986
      associate, professor history Northern Kentucky University
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