HIS 244 African-American History
Emphasis on three crucial periods: slavery, Reconstruction and its aftermath, and the civil rights and Black liberation movements of the 1960s. Relations between Blacks and Whites will be examined through the reading and discussion of classic African-American texts by Douglass, Jacobs, Washington, DuBois, Wright, Angelou, Moody, Walker, Malcolm X, King, Baldwin, Gates, and others. This course is offered in the fall semester.
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