Quamé Patton

Lecturer, Program Coordinator for the Interdisciplinary Resources for Transfer Students Program

John "Quamé" Patton is the program coordinator for the Interdisciplinary Resources for Transfer Students Program in the Student Learning Center and a lecturer in the Department of African American Studies. He earned his BA in African American Studies from U.C. Berkeley and his MA in Social Studies from the Teacher's College at Columbia University. He is also a musical recording artist and has published four albums through longstanding independent record companies. His first release entitled Don't Call Me John on ABB Records is considered an underground classic in many Hiphop circles. His album entitled Invisible Man was nominated for "Hiphop Album of the Year" on several distinguished websites in 2009. His courses reflect his passion for underground Hiphop culture, African and Indigenous philosophy and Holistic Education. He is in the final stages of self-publishing his first book entitled The Power of Letting Go: The Ultimate Act of Love with the goal of becoming a Life Journey Coach.   

310-643-9269
quame@berkeley.edu
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