American Studies and Ethnicity 252mgw:

Black Social Movements in the U.S. (4.0 units)

This course examines black social movements for freedom, justice, equality, and self determination. Beginning with Reconstruction, movements include labor, civil rights, radical feminism, socialism, reparations, Black Nationalism, prisoners' rights, and Hip Hop.
  • General Education: This course satisfies the university's general education requirement.
  • Diversity: This course satisfies the university's diversity requirement.
  • Note: Register for lecture & one discussion
SectionSessionTypeTimeDaysRegisteredInstructorLocationSyllabusInfo
10381D001Lecture12:00-1:50pmMon, Wed140 of 150Francille WilsonTHH202notesession dates
10382D001Discussion9:00-9:50amThursday24 of 25Ngoc Tran,
Francille Wilson
CPA206session dates
10383R001Discussion10:00-10:50amFriday19 of 25K. Avvirin Gray,
Francille Wilson
VHE214session dates
10384R001Discussion11:00-11:50amFriday24 of 25K. Avvirin Gray,
Francille Wilson
VHE206session dates
10385D001Discussion12:00-12:50pmThursday22 of 25Ngoc Tran,
Francille Wilson
VHE214session dates
10386D001Discussion12:00-12:50pmTuesday24 of 25Nicole Richards,
Francille Wilson
VHE210session dates
10387D001Discussion11:00-11:50amTuesday
27 of 27
Nicole Richards,
Francille Wilson
VHE210session dates
Information accurate as of January 19, 2022 1:58 pm.