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HIS 175 - History of Protest in America

This course approaches American history from the perspective of those often left out of traditional political narratives, including women, people of color, the enslaved, and the poor. Together, we will seek to understand how these groups have used forms of protest to gain access to rights and liberties already enjoyed by political elites. Students will also explore how our own lives have changed as a result of these social movements and, at a time that increasing numbers of people are joining protest movements across the world, will have a better understanding of what protest means in modern society. CO: Oral Communication.
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