Scholarly Journal Articles

1.“Educational Attainment, Citizenship, and Black American Women in Elected and Appointed National Leadership Positions,” 2017. The Review of Black Political Economy, 44, (1-2): 99-136.

2.“Inheritance: The Net Worth of the 2011 Root Magazine’s 100 Most Influential Young Black Americans,” 2017. African Renaissance, 14 (1-2): 139-170.

3.“Explaining the High Cost of Higher Education to Black Americans: A Focus on Black American Women,” 2017. Sociology Mind, 7, (4): 171-196.

4.“Conceptualizing Tolerance as Recognition: Black American Endowed and Distinguished Professors of Education in US Colleges and Universities,” 2016.Sociology Mind, 6, (1): 1-31.

5.Fredline A. O. M’Cormack-Hale and Amadu Jacky Kaba. 2015. “The Obama Administration and U.S.-Africa Relations,” Western Journal of Black Studies, 39, (3):238-255.

6.“Explaining the Rapid Increase in Nigeria’s Sex Ratio at Birth: Factors and Implications,” 2015. African Journal of Reproductive Health, 19, (2): 17-33.

7.”The Paradoxes of Africa’s Development: African Union’s Contributions to Africa’s Recent Achievements, 2005-2014,” 2014 [published in April 2015].Journal of African Foreign Affairs, 1, (2): 55-72.

8.”Contributors to the American Sociological Review, 2010,” 2015. Sociology Mind, 5, (2): 114-146.

9.“Hurricane Katrina: Perspectives on Winners and Losers,” 2014. Journal of African American History, 99, (3): 290-298.

10.“A Statistical Report on the Educational Attainment Status of Black Americans,” 2014. African Renaissance, 11, (2): 79-100.

11.”Challenges to the Study of Islamic Education in African Universities,” 2014.American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, 31, (3): 23-49.

12.“Profile of Contributors to the American Political Science Review, 2010,” 2013.Journal of Politics and Law, 6, (2): 54-82.

13.“Black Americans, Gains in Science and Engineering Degrees, and Gender,” 2013. Sociology Mind, 3 (1): 67-82

14.“Black Americans and Interracial Marriage: A Focus on Black Women,” 2012. Sociology Mind, 2, (4): 407-427.

15.“Analyzing the Anglo-American hegemony in the Times Higher Education Rankings,” 2012. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 20, (21): 1-53.

16.“The Exclusion of Black Women from National Leadership Positions in the United States: Taxation with Limited Representation,” 2012. Sociology Mind, 2, (2): 133-140.

17.”Talented Tenth: An Analysis of the 2011 Root Magazine’s 100 Most Influential Young Black Americans,” 2012. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 2, (5): 1-31.

18.“African Americans in the U.S. Women’s National Basketball Association, 2006: From the NCAA to the WNBA,” 2012. Sociology Mind, 2, (1): 98-108.

19.”African American Women Voters: Review Article,” 2011. The Review of Black Political Economy, 38, (3): 183-203.

20.“The Family and Political Unity between Blacks and Jews in the United States,” 2011. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 1, (21): 167-177.

21.”The Status of Africa’s Emigration Brain Drain in the 21st Century,”2011.Western Journal of Black Studies, 35, (3): 187-207.

22.“Race, Conquest and Revenge: Why Do Black People Resist Racial Revenge?” 2011. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 1, (16): 92-106.

23.”Explaining the Causes of the Black-White Wealth Gap in the United States,” 2011.Sociology Mind,1,(3): 138-143.

24.”Inter-Ethnic/Interracial Romantic Relationships in the United States: Factors Responsible for the Low Rates of Marriages Between Blacks and Whites,” 2011. Sociology Mind, 1, (3): 121-129.

25.“Michelle Obama and the Black Female Diaspora: The Most Influential Black Woman in History?” 2010 (Published April 2011). African Renaissance,7, (3-4): 41-59.

26.“African Americans in the National Basketball Association (NBA), 2005-2006: Demography and Earnings,” 2011. International Journal of Social and Management Sciences, 4, (1): 1-25.

27.“Black American Females as Geniuses,” 2011.Journal of African American Studies, 15, (1): 120-124.

28.“Educational Attainment, Population Increase and the Progress of African Americans,” 2010.Journal of Pan African Studies, 3, (9): 106-127.

29.“Inheritance, Race and the Four Major Factors for the Unity Between African Americans and European Americans: Land/Territory, Blood/Genes, Religion and Language,” 2010. African Renaissance, 7, (2): 93-106

30.”Demographics and Profile: The Most Cited Black Scholars in the Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities,” 2009. Journal of Pan African Studies, 3 (2): 153-207.

31.”The Numerical Distribution of Muslims in Africa,” 2009. American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, 26, (3): 1-23.

32.Kaba, Amadu Jacky and Ward, Deborah. E. 2009. “African Americans and U.S. Politics: The Gradual Progress of Black Women in Political Representation,”The Review of Black Political Economy, 36, (1): 29-50.

33.”Explaining President Barack Obama’s First Visit to Africa (Egypt): Three Phenomena of Africa and Africans as the Core of U.S.-Arab/Muslim Relations,” 2009. African Renaissance, 6, (2): 103-107.

34.”Life Expectancy, Death Rates, Geography and Black People: A Statistical World Overview,” 2009. Journal of Black Studies, 39, (3): 337-347.

35.”Population Increase, Environment, Food Access and Development in Africa: The Role of the African Union,” (2006) [Published April 2009]. Journal of African Policy Studies, 12, (2&3): 42-68.

36.”Africa’s Development in the Era of Barack Obama: The Role of the African Union,” 2009. Journal of Pan African Studies, 2, (9): 101-116.

37.”Sex Ratio at Birth and Racial Differences: Why Do Black Women Give Birth to More Females Than Non-Black Women?,” 2008.African Journal of Reproductive Health, 12, (3): 139-150.

38.”Culture, Economic Progress and Immigration: The Hispanic/Latino Population in the U.S. and the North African/Muslim Population in European Countries,” 2008. The Delaware Review of Latin American Studies, 9, (1): 1-11.

39.”Barack Obama’s Dual Triple Heritage,” 2008. Journal of Pan African Studies, 2, (4): 12-21.

40.”Religion, Immigration and Assimilation: the Hispanic/Latino Population in the nited States and the North African/Muslim Population in Europe,” 2008.Asian Journal of Latin American Studies, 21, (2): 69-102.

41.”Race, Gender and Progress: Are Black American Women the New Model Minority?” 2008.Journal of African American Studies, 12, (4): 309-335.

42.”Educational Attainment, Income Levels and Africans in the United States: The Paradox of Nigerian Immigrants,” 2007. West Africa Review, Issue 11:1-27.

43.”The Black World and the Dual Brain Drain: A Focus on African Americans,” 2007. Journal of African American Studies, 11, (1):16-23.

44.”The Two West Africas: the Two Historical Phases of the West African Brain Drain,” 2007.Journal of Pan African Studies, 1, (8): 77-92.

45.”Kenya-U.S. Relations: The Urgent Need to Manage Kenya’s Migrant and HIV-AIDS Brain Drain,” 2006. Journal of Pan African Studies, 1, (6): 79-86.

46.”The Gradual Shift of Wealth and Power from African American Males to African American Females,” 2005. Journal of African American Studies, 9, (3): 33-44.

47.”The Spread of Christianity and Islam in Africa: A Survey and Analysis of the Numbers and Percentages of Christians, Muslims and Those who Practice Indigenous Religions,” 2005. Western Journal of Black Studies, 29, (2):553-570.

48.”Progress of African Americans in Higher Education Attainment: The Widening Gender Gap and Its Current and Future Implications,” 2005. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 13, (25): 1-34. Article at: http://epaa.asu.edu/epaa/vol13.html.

49.”British and French Africa: the High Death Rate of African Women in Sub-Saharan British Africa,” 2006. African Renaissance, 3, (1): 34-41.

50.”The Blood and Family Relations Between Africans and Europeans in the United States,” 2006. African Renaissance, 3, (2):105-114.

51.”Africa, America and UN Security Council Reform: the U.S. Must Lead the Movement to Award the African Union a Permanent Seat on the Security Council,” 2005. African Renaissance, 2, (5):39-47.

52.”Africa’s Migration and Terminal Brain Drain,” 2005. African Renaissance, 2, (4):111-118.

53.”Africa’s Migration Brain Drain: the Costs and Benefits to the Continent,” 2004. Chimera, 2 (3):19-30. Article at: http://www.usaafrica.org/Chimera-FallWinter04.html

54.”Africa-U.S. Partnership in the 21st Century,” 2004. Chimera, 2 (1), 18-25. Utilized by the United States Army War College, Carlisle, PA, as part of selected readings on U.S. foreign policy toward Africa in early 2005. Article at: http://www.usaafrica.org/Chimera-Spring04.html.