Dr.Umar Johnson is a Doctor of Clinical Psychology and Certified School Psychologist who is considered an expert on the education and mental health of Afrikan and Afrikan-American children.
Dr.Umar is an educational diagnostician who specializes in special education issues. He is known most for his work in identifying mis-diagnosed learning disabled and ADHD students. He is widely regarded as the most influential African-American Certified School Psychologist in American history. Likewise, he is arguably the most influential Pan-Afrikanist of the 21st century. Dr.Umar has appeared on the Breakfast Club, Fox Soul, Cannon’s Class, Rickey Smiley Show, Bev Smith Show, News One Now, Tom Joyner Show, Comedy Central’s Hell of a Week & the Real Housewives of Atlanta. He is the only scholar in Breakfast Club history to garner one million views for his interview in less than 24 hours. One of the most recognized social scientists of the 21st Century, his book, articles and lectures are included by college and university professors across the world within their required course materials.
Few, if any, other Afrikan-American scholars have the intense international following and global support base that Dr.Umar has attracted. His ability to successfully engage mainstream media has drawn comparisons to El Hajj Malik El Shabazz.
Dr.Umar is one of the most requested speakers in the world, and has been invited to speak on every continent except Australia. His is a universal household name when it comes to politics, education, mental health & Pan-Afrikanism. He is a regularly invited guest to college campuses across the country where he speaks on both scholarly topics and current events. He is the creator of the “Unapologetically Afrikan” & “Unapologetically Black” brands. He is author of “Psycho-Academic Holocaust: The Special Education & ADHD Wars Against Black Boys,” and “Black Parent Advocate: The Art of War for Dealing with America’s Public & Charter Schools.”
Dr.Umar is currently putting the finishing touches on the renovation efforts at the Honorable Marcus Garvey ReAfrikanization School of the FDMG Academy; America’s first independent school financed exclusively by the Afrikan diaspora.