From the mind of professor and Rev. Dr. Kirk A. Johnson, The Anti-Racism Resource Guide Volume One: Supporting Black Businesses and Economics is the resource guide for Black economic support. The directory, in book format, includes comprehensive lists of Black-owned banks, credit unions, financial services, real estate, construction companies, technology companies, black business funding, funding for black women entrepreneurs, supermarkets, farms, game companies, toy companies, personal products, apparel, household goods/décor, cleaning services, racial equity initiatives and so much more! The perfect gift to promote the pride and necessity of black economics.
The book is the launch of The Anti-Racism Resource Guide Volumes, which are catered to empower, educate, and encourage individuals and communities who are connected to the African Diaspora. The book is available on Amazon in paperback priced at $20 and kindle priced at $10.
About the author
Dr. Johnson teaches courses in Medical Humanities, Bioethics, Global Issues, Philosophy, and Religion. He received his Masters of Divinity (MDiv) from Drew Theological School and his Doctorate in Medical Humanities (DMH) from Drew University. He is a member of the American Society of Bioethics and Humanities and The New York Academy of Medicine. He serves as a member of the Atlantic Health Systems Bioethics Committee, former Assistant Director of the Medical Humanities program at Drew University, and fellow emeritus of The American Heart Association’s Multicultural Initiatives Leadership Fellowship Program.
Dr. Johnson has published articles in the Journal of Religion and Health and upcoming contributions in numerous books. His previous book is Medical Stigmata: Race, Medicine, and the Pursuit of Theological Liberation (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018) and contributor in Transforming Healthcare Education: Applied Lessons Leading to Deeper Moral Reflection Volume 5 (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, March 16, 2020).
Rev. Dr. Kirk A. Johnson Releases The Anti-Racism Resource Guide Volume One: Supporting Black Businesses and Economics