Hannibal Johnson, J.D. Visiting Assistant Professor Department of Management Tulsa Campus 405-744-5201 (Phone)


JD, Harvard Law SchoolLaw1984
BA, University of ArkansasEconomics and Sociology (double major)1981


Hannibal Johnson. (2018). "THE SAWNERS OF CHANDLER: A PIONEERING POWER COUPLE IN PRE-CIVIL RIGHTS OKLAHOMA ". Fort Worth, TX: Eakin Press : Eakin Press.

Calvin Moore, Hannibal Johnson & Simona Epuran. (2017). "REIMAGINING RACIAL DIFFERENCE: A NEW SOCIAL PHYSICS". Cleveland, OH: Chadwick Books : Chadwick Books .

Hannibal Johnson. (2017). "A Love Supreme". SHADES OF OKLAHOMA MAGAZINE.

Hannibal Johnson. (2017). "Can we talk: The fast-fading art of constructive conversation". THE TULSA VOICE.

Hannibal Johnson. (2017). "Blood rolls no more: Cherokee Nation v. Nash a successful challenge to black disenfranchisement". THE TULSA VOICE.

Hannibal Johnson. (2017). "How you can help dismantle injustice". Tulsa World.

Hannibal Johnson. (2017). "The Age of Innocence: African American Children and the Absence of Childhood Blamelessness". THE TULSA VOICE.

Hannibal Johnson. (2017). "A storyteller’s responsibility: Smithsonian distorts Greenwood narrative". THE TULSA VOICE.

Hannibal Johnson. (2017). "Oklahoma’s school-to-prison pipeline: Reimagining discipline in Oklahoma public schools". Tulsa People.

Hannibal Johnson. (2016). "Diversity and Inclusion: If not now, then when?". SMART GROWTH TULSA.

Hannibal Johnson. (2015). "Word Play: How “Black English” Coarsens Culture". Teachers College Record.

Hannibal Johnson. (2015). "Inside the Tinderbox: The Fire This Time". THE OKLAHOMA OBSERVER .

Hannibal Johnson. (2015). "Caste Aside: Jim Crow Revisited". THE OKLAHOMA OBSERVER.

Hannibal Johnson. (2015). "What’s Great About America". Tulsa World.

Hannibal Johnson. (2014). "TULSA’S HISTORIC GREENWOOD DISTRICT ". Mount Pleasant, SC: Arcadia Press : Arcadia Press .

Hannibal Johnson. (2014). "Raising the Bar: The Case for Diversity and Inclusion in the Legal Profession". OKLAHOMA BAR JOURNAL. 85 (14)

Hannibal Johnson. (2014). "The Ghosts of Greenwood Past: A Walk Down Black Wall Street". BlackHistoryMonth2014.

Hannibal Johnson. (2013). "On Nelson Mandela". THE TULSA VOICE.

Hannibal Johnson. (2013). "On Patriotism". THE TULSA VOICE.

Hannibal Johnson. (2013). "Apartheid in Indian Country?: Seeing Red Over Black Disenfranchisement,". AFRICAN AMERICAN PERSPECTIVES.

Hannibal Johnson. (2012). "Apartheid in Indian Country?: Seeing Red Over Black Disenfranchisement ". Waco, TX: Eakin Press.

Hannibal Johnson. (2012). "“Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace: The Business of Leading Change"". The Journal Record .

Hannibal Johnson. (2012). "“An Era of Knowing More, Understanding Less” ". The Oklahoma Observer.

Hannibal Johnson. (2011). "The Limits of the Law, AFRICAN AMERICAN PERSPECTIVES ". Diversified Publishing Company, LLC.

Hannibal Johnson. (2011). "Curriculum Counts: The Importance of Teaching About the 1921 Tulsa Race Riot". This Land.

Hannibal Johnson. (2011). "The Illusion of a ‘Post-Race’ America". TULSA JEWISH REVIEW .

Hannibal Johnson. (2011). "The Limits of the Law: A Homage to Justice Thurgood Marshall". This Land Press.

Hannibal Johnson. (2010). "Imagine Oklahoma as an All-Black State". Shawnee, OK: RED DIRT ANTHOLOGY (Red Dirt Book Festival).

Hannibal Johnson. (2010). "Langston, Oklahoma and the Birth of the All-Black Town Movement; Edward Preston McCabe—The Father of the All-Black Town Movement". ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY (New York, New York: Facts on File, Inc..

Hannibal Johnson. (2010). "Oklahoma’s All-Black Towns". This Land.

Hannibal Johnson. (2009). ""Forget the ‘Melting Pot’: Make Mine A Salad Bowl," in W.R Adams, Viewpoints: Readings Worth Thinking and Writing About". Centage Learning .

Hannibal Johnson. (2008). "Incognegro—Poetic Reflections on Race and Diversity in America". PublishAmerica.

Hannibal Johnson. (2008). "“The All-Black Towns in Oklahoma—Pride, Prejudice & Perseverance on the Western Plains” ". Oklahoma Humanites . November

Hannibal Johnson. (2007). "African American Experience, Oklahoma Almanac 2007 – 2008—We Know We Belong to the Land, A Centennial Celebration". Oklahoma Department of Libraries.

Hannibal Johnson. (2007). "Greenwood Cultural Center—Jewel in the Crown". The Donning Company Publishers.

Hannibal Johnson. (2007). "The Ghosts of Greenwood Past—A Walk Down Black Wall Street, African American Perspectives". Diversified Publishing Company, LLC.

Hannibal Johnson. (2006). "The 1921 Tulsa Race Riot Reparations Debate—Truth, Justice & The American Way, Red Dirt Anthology". Shawnee, OK: Red Dirt Book Festival.

Hannibal Johnson. (2006). "The African-American Experience in Oklahoma". The Oklahoma Academy for State Goals.

Hannibal Johnson. (2005). "How Far Has Equality Come Since Brown?, For A Change". London: Initiatives of Change.

Hannibal Johnson. (2005). "Diversity Leadership for the Twenty-First Century, Texas Spectrum". State Bar of Texas. 11 (2)

Hannibal Johnson. (2002). "Acres of Aspiration: The All-Black Towns in Oklahoma". Eakin Press.

Hannibal Johnson. (2000). "Up From the Ashes: A Story About Building Community". Eakin Press.

Hannibal Johnson. (1998). "Black Wall Street: From Riot to Renaissance in Tulsa’s Historic Greenwood District". Eakin Press.