From Jim Crow to the White House: The African-American Experience Since 1877
HIST 319 - From Jim Crow to the White House: The African-American Experience Since 18773 hours This course examines and analyzes the variety of economic, social, cultural, and religious experiences in diversity within the African-American community, the growth of the black middle class, the Great Migration, the creation of black urban working class, the visions of black leadership – including W.E.B. DuBois, Marcus Garvey and Booker T. Washington – and the experience of the civil rights movement and its legacy. This course may be applied to the United States History concentration.Listed also as AMST 321 and BWS 321 .
Prerequisite(s): ENGL 102 or consent of department.This course will satisfy the history core area and multicultural core requirements.