HIST 2405 Civil Rights Activism: 1880-Present
4 semester hours
This course examines the history of U.S. civil rights activism and advocacy from the late-nineteenth century to the present, tracing the efforts by several groups to achieve and expand the full rights of United States citizenship, including African Americans, Native Americans, immigrants, LGBT, and women. It also draws connections between activism movements in the United States and throughout the world.
HIST Concentration: Race, Gender, and Culture.
University Core fulfilled: Foundations: Studies in American Diversity.