Frederick Douglass Alcorn
University of Puget Sound
Frederick Douglass Alcorn (Ed.D.) is presently an instructor at the Department of African American Studies and the Race and Pedagogy Initiative at the University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington. He has taught coursework in teacher certification education, undergraduate and graduate levels, coursework in liberal arts undergraduate degree completion studies, sociology, interpersonal cultural and organizational communications, educational psychology, educational philosophy for sustainability, and multicultural education. He has held positions in human rights, human services, school district administration, state district legislative affairs, and educational equity technical assistance. He has previously authored social essays on race relations and on young Black male social-racialized issues, and poetry. He is a Vietnam War veteran who hails from Philadelphia, Pa. and Castle Hayne, North Carolina.