Brian C. Johnson
Brian C. Johnson honors the struggles and accomplishments of the ordinary citizens who launched the Civil Rights Movement by committing himself personally and professionally to the advancement of multicultural and inclusive education.
He serves as a faculty member in the department of developmental instruction at Bloomsburg University and is the director of the Frederick Douglass Institute for Academic Excellence. He is a founder of the Pennsylvania Association of Liaisons and Officers of Multicultural Affairs, a consortium that promotes best practices in higher education.
He earned both bachelor's and master's degrees in English from California University of Pennsylvania, and is currently pursuing doctoral studies in communications media and instructional technology at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Brian is the co-author of Reel Diversity: A Teacher’s Sourcebook (2008), winner of the 2009 Phillip Chinn Book Award by the National Association for Multicultural Education, and We’ve Scene It All Before: Using Film Clips in Diversity Awareness Training (2009).
Johnson serves on the ministry team at Revival Tabernacle in Watsontown, PA where he is the youth pastor. He is a gifted teacher and enjoys sharing hope and joy with those to whom he ministers.