Travis Knoll, The Conversation

Travis Knoll, The Conversation

Travis Knoll received his PhD in History with a focus on Latin America from Duke University in 2022 and is currently an adjunct professor of history at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte. His research examines links between racial justice policy and religious civil society organizations in the formation of international progressive organizations.


U.S. Supreme Court poised to dismantle a key part of LBJ’s Great Society – affirmative action

By: - June 7, 2023

Of all the civil rights policies enacted by U.S President Lyndon Johnson, affirmative action is arguably one of the most enduring — and most challenged. Johnson made it clear during a commencement address at Howard University on June 4, 1965, where he stood. In his speech, “To Fulfill These Rights,” Johnson argued that civil rights […]