HIST169B:
African American History

About the Course:

Surveys African American history from the end of Reconstruction in 1877 to the present. The course emphasizes struggles for economic justice as well as civil rights, examining both key movement leaders and lesser-know activists and grassroots organizations. Topics include labor and labor organizing, policing and mass incarceration, segregation and housing discrimination, politics and political activism, and health and welfare.  

Pre-requisites:

ANY LOWER-DIVISION COURSE IN HISTORY OR BLACK STUDIES, OR UPPER-DIVISION STANDING. 

Documents:

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