Dr. Mohamed Camara

Dr. Mohamed Camara is the Chair of the Department of Africana Studies at Howard University. Dr. Camara was the Director of Mc Nair Scholars Program, Speaker of the Faculty Senate and Associate Vice President for Academics at the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida. Dr Camara has authored several books and numerous articles on Africa’s political history, media and society, religion and philosophy, military and politics and intra-African foreign relations. Holding a Ph.D. in history from Northwestern University, he is the author of Political History of Guinea since World War Two.

US Education Diplomacy The US has been pushing the Education diplomacy to counterbalance China. By increasing educational institutions partnerships the US holds greater positioning in Africa, will the Biden Administration continue to invest in education in Africa and providing greater student visas to Africans?