Ewa Unoke, Ph.D., is the founding editor of the KCKCC Electronic Journal. As Head of the Political Science/Pre-Law Programs in the Social and Behavioral Sciences Division, Ewa is currently the Director of the Henry Louis Center for Global Transitional Justice and Founder of two forward-looking student clubs - Students for Global Peace and Ralph Bunche Society.

Professor Unoke, a former child-soldier with the Biafran Organization of Freedom Fighters, BOFF, obtained a doctorate in Political Science from Howard University, Washington D.C.; M.Sc. from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka; and B. Sc. (Honors) from the University of Liberia, Monrovia. He specializes in International Relations and Comparative Politics (transitional justice) with Africa as regional area concentration.

Professor Unoke, a Patricia Harris Fellow and UNCTAD-Ake Lindberg scholar was also honored as the 1992 Best Political Reporter of the Year, by the Enugu State Chapter of the National Union of Journalists (NUJ). Prof. Unoke, formerly the Political Editor of the Daily Star, Editor-in-Chief of The Flame Newspaper is a kamenuist. Kamenu, an African social teaching is the ancient path to truth, justice and freedom. As a kamenuist and transitional justice advocate, Dr. Unoke is a motivational speaker and author of many books including: Citizen Power: American Government for Ignorant Citizens 2018; Dear God, Never Again: Memoir of a Different Child Soldier, 2015; Africa in a World of Mendacity: Understanding the African Condition and Why Political Paranoids can be Prosecuted (2008); Ever Bold to Battle Wrong: Black Liberation Pedagogy and Reflections on American Transitional Justice (2006); Drumbeats of Destiny (1997); The Untold Story of the Liberian War (1993).

Ewa Unoke currently serves on the Governing Board of the Providence Medical Center; Member, Kansas State Advisory Committee U.S. Civil Rights Commission. Ewa was also appointed a Reader in American Government by the Advanced Placement and Examination Testing Services, (AP/ETS) based in New Jersey, USA.

Editorial Board

Ewa Unoke, Ph.D.
E-Journal Editor and Professor of Political Science Coordinator
Social and Behavioral Sciences and Public Services

Cleon Wiggins
Dean of Social and Behavioral Sciences and Public Services

Gregg Ventello, Ph.D.
Professor of English
Arts, Communications and Humanities

Carrie Dimino, BA – Journalism, M.A. – Professional Writing (Poetry)
Writing Center Coordinator/Associate Professor

Victor Ammons L. M.A. Associate Professor of Psychology
Social and Behavioral Sciences and Public Services