PROFESSOR AL CARROLL
Al dropped out of high school in his sophomore year in 1982. He worked in minimum wage jobs or was unemployed until he joined the US Army. Thereafter, Al received first his BA, then an MA, and a PhD in History. He’s taught at Arizona State University, San Antonio College, and Hasanuddin University in Indonesia as a Fulbright Scholar. Today he’s Assistant Professor of American, American Indian, and Latin American History at Northern Virginia Community College.
He’s written three history books. Most of his work deals with human rights issues, war and peace, and religious bigotry. Al’s a longtime activist and founded NewAgeFraud.org, which defends Native religious traditions from imposters and exploiters.
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