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PSCĀ 418. Politics and Race in America. 3 Hours.

This course gives students a pragmatic understanding of the Black-American political experience in the United States to facilitate a deeper understanding of the status of Blacks in the American system. The goal of the course is to introduce students to the development and character of Black-American political and social discourse and the role that political and social ideas play in the lives of Black-Americans. The design of the course is to help and encourage students to read, think, discuss, and write intelligently, analytically, and critically about Black-American social and political discourse, in particular, and the larger American social and political dynamic, in general.

Department of Anthropology

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...and Peace Systems ANTH 418 The Power of...321 Cooperation and Competition PSC 316 Human Rights...

Department of Government

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...PSC 381 The Bill of Rights PSC 395 Special Topics in American Government PSC 418...

American Studies

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...Law PSC 381 The Bill of Rights PSC 401 Seminar in American Government PSC 418...

Peace, Justice and Ecology

http://catalog.uab.edu/undergraduate/collegeofartsciences/interdisciplinaryprograms/peacejusticeandecology/

...and Peace Systems ANTH 418 The Power of...321 Cooperation and Competition PSC 316 Human Rights...