PBSS Founder

Marco A. McWilliams is the Associate Director of Education and Training at The Center for Reconciliation. He is a public scholar, published writer, and an activist with nearly two decades of engaged scholarship work in convening diverse learning communities. McWilliams was the founding instructor of the influential Black Studies program at DARE (Direct Action for Rights and Equality) where his teaching focused on using the Black Radical Tradition as a point of departure to design strategies for social change.

McWilliams has taught, lectured, and workshopped broadly at colleges, middle/high schools, organizations, and in faith communities. He is a program coordinator and educator at Brown University's Swearer Center where he was the 2017 Junior Fellow and Practitioner-in-Residence. McWilliams is a Core Faculty member at College Unbound. He has accepted a mayoral appointment to the Special Committee for the Review of Commemorative Works. McWilliams has a BA in Africana Studies from Rhode Island College and is a graduate student in the Department of American Studies at Brown University.

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