After being educated at Tuskegee University and the University of North Texas, where he studied Television/Film, Anthropology, and Public Administration, Sho Baraka has spent the last 14 years traveling the world as a recording artist, performer and culture curator. His overseas work has ranged from leading seminars about race relations in South Africa to establishing artist hubs in Indonesia.
Whether he’s in the classroom as a professor, on stage as an artist, in the streets as an activist or in the boardroom as a consultant, Sho is combining his artistic platform with his academic pursuits to contribute a unique perspective in multiple arenas, while attempting to uplift the culture.
Sho Baraka is an internationally known recording artist, speaker, and co-founder of The And Campaign. Sho is currently an Adjunct Professor at Warner Pacific University and previously at Wake Forest School of Divinity. Sho's first book, He Saw That It Was Good (2021) was nominated for an Audie Award.
Sho lives in Atlanta, GA with Patreece, his wife of eighteen years, and their three children; one daughter and two sons.