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Granberry, Dorothy

Dorothy Granberry, Ph.D., is currently the Chief Officer of Bridges Research, a research and consultation enterprise based in Bessemer, Alabama. Dr. Granberry is a Retired Professor of Psychology and Title III Director, Tennessee State University, Nashville, Tennessee. She holds doctorate in social psychology from the University of Connecticut. Dr. Granberry has held faculty positions at Florida A&M University and Tennessee State. In 1990, she developed in conjunction with the Tennessee Committee for the Humanities a traveling exhibit, Striving to Teach the Children: African American Education in Haywood County, Tennessee and A Piece of the Pie, African American Land Ownership in Haywood County, Tennessee. The latter exhibit was shown in conjunction with the Smithsonian Institute’s traveling exhibit, “Barn Again.
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