Dwight A. Lucas II, Ph.D.
I am an artist, musician, writer, professor, and believer. In my leisure, I write poetry, short stories, and articles. Playing the alto saxophone is another thing I do in my leisure time. I like to cover gospel and jazz standards. As a matter of fact, I sometimes compose my own music. One of my jobs is teaching Black history and graphic design at Danville Area Community College. This job allows me to keep on sharing and receiving knowledge. In 2005, I graduated with a B.A. in studio art from Illinois State University. I then graduated from Tiffin University with a Master’s in Humanities in 2010. Later, I received a Ph.D. in Humanities in 2019 from Faulkner University. I enjoy reading novels and books on theology and philosophy. I have a wide range of interests. And this website will show those diverse interests.
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