Dr. Mitchell possesses a broad background in adult and continuing education, African American history, and educating African American males. His research and publications examine African American educational leadership, African American oral history, educating African American males, and Afrocentric education.
West African social and musical history, history of the civil rights movement, 20th century African American politics and leadership
African American adult education history, African American oral history, Black male achievement, and Afrocentric/culturally responsive education
Bell, D., Nunn, P., & Mitchell, A.B., Sr. (Fall, 2015). The Avalon Carver Community Center’s Winners Sankofa Project: An evaluation of an African-centered model of culturally specific alcohol, tobacco and other drug prevention youth practice. Black Child Journal, 57-71
Mitchell, A. & Stewart, J. (October, 2013). The efficacy of all-male academies: Insights from Critical Race Theory (CRT). Sex Roles Journal 69 (7), 382-392.
Mitchell, A. B. (2013). Mary Church Terrell: Dynamic Freedom Fighter for the Race and Women's Rights. Journal of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society, 31, 1-12.
Byrdsong, T.R., & Mitchell, A.B., & Yamatani, H. (2013). Afrocentric intervention paradigm: An overview of successful application by a grassroots organization. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, (23)8, 931-937.
Ed.D., Indiana University of Pennsylvania
M.ED., Penn State University
B.S., Geneva College