Dante D. Bryant


Dante Bryant, Ph.D. is an assistant professor in the School of Social Work and College of Health and Human Services, and an affiliated faculty member in the Department of Africana Studies at UNC Charlotte. Bryant joined the UNC Charlotte faculty after serving more than two decades in community organizing, social activism, social service program evaluation/implementation-development and local government policy reform. Bryant’s research and writings utilize multiple-theoretical, methodological and disciplinary approaches to examine racial institutional inequity and Black and White body politics within mainstream American social discourses. In addition, Bryant’s research actively explores the intersectional implications of race, gender and theory for social work education, practice and pedagogy.

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Assistant Professor, School of Social Work
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University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Social Work
College of Health and Human Services