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HIS 234 - The Civil Rights Movement 1945-1966 (History Cornerstone)

Three Credits
Not Offered 2019-2020

The American Civil Rights Movement arose out of the centuries-long efforts of the African American community to resist and overcome the injustices of slavery, racism, and segregation.  African Americans’ experiences during an immediately after World War II laid the foundation for the civil rights struggle of the 1950s and 1960s.  This course explores this pivotal period in American history through the documentary record, photography, art, literature, film, and music.

General Education Attribute(s): History Cornerstone
Course Applies to: American Studies
Note: Considered a United States History