AFR 320 - Growing up Jim Crow (= EDU 320, SOC 320)
Examines how a generation learned race and racism in the Age of Jim Crow. Through multiple and intersecting lenses, students will examine texts, such as oral histories, literary narratives, and visual representations of various topics. Topics will include Jim Crow schooling, white supremacy, disenfranchisement, lynching, rape, resistance, interracial harmony, and desegregation.
Satisfies the cultural diversity requirement.
Satisfies the Historical Thought distribution requirement.
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