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Marc Lamont Hill Biography
Marc Lamont Hill is an American academic, an author, journalist, activist, and television personality. At Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania he is a Professor of Media Studies and Urban Education. Previously, he was the host of the syndicated television show Our World with Black Enterprise and hosts the online Internet-based HuffPost Live. Lamont is also a BET News correspondent and a CNN political commentator. He also hosts VH1 Live! and reunion shows for Basketball Wives.
Marc Lamont Hill Age
He was born on December 17, 1978 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U,S. He is 39 years old as of year 2018.
Marc Lamont Hill Height
Hill is also a good-looking guy he stands at a height of 6 feet 3 inches and with his well-maintained body shape and size.
Marc Lamont Hill Family| Marc Lamont Hill Parents
Lamont grew up in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The information about his parents and siblings is not known. However his brother Attorney Leonard Hill is once mentioned as the one who represented Lamont in filling a civil lawsuit on October 12, 2010 against the City of Philadelphia and four police officers, including DeCoatsworth.
Marc Lamont Hill Education
After Lamont graduated from Carver High School, a public school in Philadelphia, He attended Morehouse College, a private liberal arts college, but says he spent his time “hanging out and getting in trouble”, and dropped out of Morehouse when he was a freshman. He finished his undergraduate studies at Temple University in 2000, where he received his B.S. in education and Spanish , and he later earned a Ph.D. at the University of Pennsylvania.
Marc Lamont Hill Wife |Marc Lamont Hill Daughter
Hill currently seem to be single but wasn’t in his early life since he has a 12 years old daughter. However, there is no any information about his wife or mother to his daughter and also no any clue when he got married to her, but it was sure that he is a divorced guy. During an interview with wiki sites, Hill talked about co-parenting his daughter but didn’t disclose the identity of his ex-wife.
In his social networks’s profile there is no any post that could indicate that he is dating someone.
Hill has been an absolute supporter of gay rights. He has been an LGBT advocated for a long time. He began a literacy project using hip-hop to increase school engagement and reading skills among Universities students in 2001 .
Marc Lamont Hill Cnn
Apart from being a political contributor for the Fox News Channel from 2007 to 2009, Hill was a commentator on CNN and MSNBC, as well as Court TV, where he was a weekly contributor to the Star Jones talk show. He replaced Ed Gordon as host of the syndicated television show Our World with Black Enterprise in August 2010. He joined Huffington Post as a host of HuffPost Live in May 2012.Marc Lamont Hill Photo
Marc Lamont Hill Net Worth
Hill has an estimated net worth of more than $1 million dollars as per the source. He has as well been receiving well his classes and royalties for his books. He is know as one of the highest paid media personalities of the industry. Well as know that agency pays enormous sums of money only for those who contributes more for the industry.
However, Hill is a reporter but also an author and renowned professor. Marc’s books mainly cover the American history, and he also works as the professor with renowned University.
Marc Lamont Hill Temple
Hill attended Temple University where he received his undergraduate degree in 2000 . He returned to his alma mater to focus on how media can help solve challenges faced by cities. He also taught at Columbia University and in Temple’s College of Education.
Dean Gregory Anders said that he is pleased Marc Lamont Hill will return to the faculty of the College of Education, where he will continue his prolific career as a leading intellectual voice, advocate for social justice and scholar of urban education when Hill joined the faculty of Temple University as the Steve Charles Professor of Media, Cities, and Solutions
Nobody Marc Lamont Hill Chapter Summary
This is a book about what it means to be Nobody in twenty-first-century America.” He then defines the term:
“To be Nobody is to be vulnerable.
To be Nobody is to be subject to State violence
To be Nobody is to also confront systemic forms of State violence.
To be Nobody is to be abandoned by the State.
To be Nobody is to be considered disposable.”
The preface concludes with the book’s premise to tell the stories of those marked as Nobodies, spotlight their humanity, and inspire principled action. To do so, Hill fires off a series of LED flashes in the form of seven one-word chapter headings to illuminate his stated goals.
Books By Marc Lamont Hill
- Nobody: Casualties of America’s War on the Vulnerable, from Ferguson to Flint and Beyond Kindle Edition
- Beats, Rhymes, and Classroom Life: Hip-Hop Pedagogy and the Politics of Identity Kindle Edition
- By Marc Lamont Hill – Beats, Rhymes, and Classroom Life: Hip-Hop Pedagogy and the Politics of Identity Paperback – May 15, 2008
- Beats, Rhymes, and Classroom Life: Hip-Hop Pedagogy and the Politics of Identity by Marc Lamont Hill (2009-05-15) Hardcover – 1656 Marc Lamont Hill Breakfast Club
Marc Lamont Hill Bill O Reilly Drug Dealer
O’Reilly tells African-American Columbia University professor that he looks like a ‘cocaine dealer.’
LEE FANG: MAY 27, 2010, 6:00 PM
Last night on Fox News, during a conversation about sending military forces to the U.S.-Mexico border, host Bill O’Reilly suggested that a larger show of soldiers would “intimidate” drugs dealers from entering the country. But as he made his point about cocaine dealers, O’Reilly asserted that Fox News contributor Marc Lamont Hill, an African American Studies professor from Columbia, “kinda look[s] like one a little bit.” Hill, who was dressed in a suit and tie, laughed off the awkward moment, retorting “as do you,” and joked that to be “even,” O’Reilly looks “like a cocaine user”: