RACE AND ETHNIC RELATIONS
2014 Summer Term
This course examines relationships between racial minorities and the majority group in the United States in their socio-historical contexts. Early histories of relations between minorities and the majority as well as present relations will be addressed. Questions raised include whether American society should attempt to minimize differences between minorities and the majority, whether to blend or maintain group identities, and how we should address existing barriers and inequalities. Relationships and differences among minority groups will also be examined.
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3 Units [GSDV]
|05/27 - 07/03 (6W1)||
|This section will be taught on the web and you must have an active UWW email account to take this class. Shortly before the course begins, information on how to access the class will be mailed to your UWW email account. An additional fee of $150 is required for this class.|