Dr. Imani Michelle Scott








Dr. Imani Michelle Scott is the Co-Director of the Truth Telling Project. She is also a scholar, consultant, practitioner and specialist in the areas of human communication, conflict analysis and conflict resolution. She is the recent editor and contributing author of:  “Crimes against Humanity in the Land of the Free: Can a Truth and Reconciliation Process Heal Racial Conflict  in America?” and a contributing blogger to the Huffington Post.

She is currently a Professor of Communication with the Savannah College of Art and Design where she teaches courses in intercultural communication and public speaking and conducts faculty training in the areas of conflict resolution and teaching in the culturally diverse classroom.


“The Importance of Truth Telling”

“#Iwouldnever: The Truth Telling Project Calls on All Black Americans to Take the Pledge”

“A Searching Moral Inventory: America’s Opportunity to Avoid the Haunting Self-Destruction of Racism”

“The Transgenerational Transmission of Trauma: ‘Tell Ray Ray … Not Around Here Bruh.’ Part I”