ETHS 131F - African-American History II

Description
54 hours lecture per term. This course is a survey of the African-American experience in the United States from the Era of Reconstruction to the present, emphasizing the roles of African Americans in the political, social, and economic development of American society. Topics covered include: the various phases of the Reconstruction period; black life in the "New South"; the debates over educational and socio-economic progress; the migrations to the North and West; the struggles of the black working class; the impact of the two world wars on black life; the Civil Rights Movement; militancy during the 1960s; and the black experience in contemporary America. (CSU) (UC) AA GE, CSU GE, IGETC
Attributes
F-GE D1 Soc, Pol & Econ Inst, F-CSU D3 Ethinc Studies, F-CSU US2 History, F-IGETC 4C Ethnic Studies, FC/Paralegal Soc/Poli/Econ, Ethnic Studies, History, CSU GE, IGETC, Not a basic skills course, Class Size - 35
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Spring 2019, Spring 2018, Fall 2017
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Avg. Class Size
35
Avg. Sections
1