Racism 3.0: The Same Old White Supremacy
Johnny E. Williams is a Professor of Sociology. He specializes in social movements, political sociology, cultural sociology, racism, science and religion. Professor Williams' primary area of research investigates how culture (i.e., shared beliefs, values and meaning systems) sustains and challenges social order. He is the author of two books: African American Religion and the Civil Rights Movement in Arkansas (University of Mississippi Press 2003) and Decoding Racial Ideology in Genomics (Lexington Books 2016). He has also authored numerous articles about the role of culture in politics, social movement mobilization and specific knowledge production.