G St 421: Readings in Black Feminism
Sarah Isom Ctr for Women&Gender Studies
Students will study the development, expression, ideology, and praxis of the politics African American women have developed to simultaneously counter both racism and sexism.
- Pre-Requisite: 24 Earned Hours
- Aas 325 or Aas 326 or Aas 362
- Lecture: Lecture for G St 421
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