Aas 443: The Civil Rights Era
AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES PROGRAM
This course examines the African American struggle for civil rights, emphasizing the role of African Americans, the resistance of other racial and ethnic groups, and the role of federal and state agents/agencies from the perspective of political and social history.
- Pre-Requisite: 24 Earned Hours
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