Mar 31, 2023  
2021-2022 Academic Catalog 
2021-2022 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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AFAM 134 - The Black Civil Rights Movements

3 unit(s)
Origins and development of Civil Rights movement from 1865 to present. Analysis of role of Martin L. King. Examines how political, social, economic, and cultural issues have shaped both American and African American life in terms of race relations in the United States in relationship to the origins and development of the Civil Rights movement since the Reconstruction era (1865-77).

Satisfies F: Ethnic Studies.

Grading: Letter Graded

Note(s): While this course is open to all undergraduate students including freshmen, this is an upper division course best suited for sophomore, junior or senior level students. 

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