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AHG 621 4A: Race and Equality in America

July 14 - July 19

$578 – $1631

Ashland University, Ashland, Ohio

This course explores the history of black Americans as they strove to secure their dignity as human beings, and rights as American citizens, in the face of racial prejudice. Students will examine the writings of leading black intellectuals and activists about human equality, slavery, self-government, the rule of law, emancipation, colonization, and citizenship. The course will also review laws, constitutional amendments, court cases, and social criticism addressing civil and political rights in America.

 

Instructors: 

Sarah Beth V. Kitch (University of Missouri)

 

Course Materials:

Syllabus and course readings can be found on Blackboard

 

 Tuition:

  • Audit (25 in-service hours): $578
  • Graduate credit (2 semester hours): $1,156

 

Room & Board:

  • Double-occupancy air-conditioned room and all meals: $475

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Details

Start:
July 14
End:
July 19
Cost:
$578 – $1631
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Venue

Ohio