Publications:

  1. Adams, Russell L. Black History Month: An Intellectual and Moral Necessity.
    The Capstone, February 4, 2002.

  2. Aphorisms for Music and the Visual Arts.
    HUArchivesNet, January 2001.

  3. The Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Three Decades Later: How Fares the Dream.
    The Black Collegian Magazine. (Super Issue 2001): 88-89.

  4. "African Americans in America's Wars."
    HUArchivesNet, November 2000.

  5. "Slave Revolts: A New World Calendar".
    HUArchivesNet, August 2000.

  6. The Black Press II: African American Firsts in Print.
    HUArchivesNet, May 2000.

  7. "Epistemological Considerations in Afro-American Studies,"
    Delores Aldridge and Carlene Young, editors.
    Out of the Revolution: The Development of Africana Studies.
    (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books). pp. 39-57.

  8. "Douglass, Washington and DuBoise: An Essay on the Similarities and Differences Among Them."
    HUArchivesNet. pp. 18.

  9. Mario Azevedo, ed. "African American Studies and the State of the Art," Africana Studies, 2nd edition.
    (Durham, North Carolina: Carolina Academic Press, 1998). pp.31-49.

  10. "African Americans." in Russell R. Adams et al. (eds.),
    The New World Book of Knowledge, 79-80. (Danbury, CT: Grolier, 1996). pp. 79-80.

  11. As the Twig Is Bent.
    CommonQuest 1, (1996): 7-11.

  12. "Can't We All Get Along? The Ethics of Tolerance." in Segun Gbadegesin et al. (eds.).
    Ethics, Higher Education and Social Responsibility. (Washington, DC: Howard University Press, 1996). pp. 107-12.

  13. "The World of the Henrietta Marie" in Madeleine Burnside (ed.) Henrietta Marie: An Exhibit.
    ( Key West, FL: The Fisher Maritime Heritage Society, 1996).

  14. "The Structural Realignment of Black Leadership,"
    Government and Politics. pp. 64-71.

  15. "Malcolm and Martin: The Meeting," in Performance Guide. Winter.
    (Washington, D.C.: The Kennedy Center). pp. 2-12.

  16. "Jesse Jackson" in David DeLeon, ed. Leaders From the Sixties: A Biographical Sourcebook of American Activism.
    (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1994). pp. 525-542.

  17. "Civil Rights, " The New World Book of Knowledge, vol. 3,
    " Social Change and Cultural Politics." in Michael Frazier ed. U.S. Government and Politics.
    (Washington, D.C.: Howard University, Political Science Department). (1993). pp. 24-28.

  18. "Robert Martin: Political Scientist," in Michael Baer et al, editors, Political Science in America.
    (Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 1991). pp. 155-165.

  19. Great Negroes Past and Present. 3rd ed.
    (Chicago: Afro-Am Publishing Co., 1991).

  20. "Race Relations: The Crossover Phenomenon and the Media." New Directions.
    Howard University Magazine 14, no. 2. (1987): pp. 24-31.

  21. "Intellectual Questions and Imperatives in the Development of Afro-American Studies," Journal of Negro Education, 53, no. 3.
    (1984). pp. 201-225.

  22. "Analysis of the 'Roots' Phenomenon," Presence Africaine.
    no. 116, (1980). pp. 125-140.

  23. "Evaluating Professionalism in the Context of Afro-American Studies,"
    The Western Journal of Black Studies. 4, no. 2. (1980). pp. 140-148.

  24. "Racial Violence and Values in 19th Century America,"
    in Charles Frye ed. Values in Conflict: Blacks and the American Ambivalence Toward Violence.
    (Washington, D.C.: University Press of America, Inc. 1980). pp. 54-112.

  25. "Douglass, Washington, and DuBois: An Essay on the Similarities and the Differences Among Them"
    HUArchivesNet. (1999) pp. 18.

  26. "Black Studies Perspectives."
    Journal of Negro Education. 46, no. 2 (1977): pp. 99-117.

  27. "Perceptual Difficulties in the Development of Political Science as a Scientific Discipline."
    Varia, 2, no. 1. (1977): pp. 1-18.

  28. "African Americans" in The New World Book of Knowledge. 1.
    (Danbury, CT: Grolier Publishers, 1970)