Philosophy and the African American Modern Freedom Struggle: A Freedom Gaze analyzes the ways oppression and marginalization produced the philosophical space necessary for the development of a unique form of Black consciousness within the African Diaspora.
The Color, Shape, and Tone of Twenty-First-Century Diversity
This interdisciplinary essay collection explores how the rhetoric of social justice can become a reality in the United States by interrogating matters of inclusion, diversity, equity, and access in a variety of contexts ranging from the Black Lives Matter movement and children's literature to the contemporary workplace and university.
Neal's latest book uses Howard Thurman as a window through which to view concepts that shaped black thought in the Modern Era of the African-American Freedom Struggle. Thurman's grasp of black culture and religious ideas during the period of enslavement allowed him to produce a body of work grounded in the musings and traditions of his ancestors.