“Music is no replacement for scriptures and sermons, but it can nonetheless be just as powerful a spiritual experience when it feels like God is speaking directly to the listener in song, with no distractions or interruptions.” – via Seven Scribes, 2015
As a scholar, Dr. Little tries to write as much as he can as he reflects critically about his field. He has also written via other venues as well. Check out some of his work below. Topics he’s written about previously include race, higher education, music, and relationships. Check out the Contact page for inquiries regarding freelance work.
“….we must stop kowtowing to appease those who will likely find us inferior and subhuman regardless of our speech patterns, hairstyle or choice of attire. We have far too many examples to remind us that no such affectations will save us from racism. With this realization, we might as well live our fullest lives and be our most unapologetically Black selves. This, in itself, is a form of resistance.”
“We must continue to ask the tough questions about why people of color are so severely underrepresented in front of the classroom despite the increasing racial diversity of their students.”