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POL-316: African American Politics in the United States

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POL-316: African American Politics in the United States

Description

The text focuses on a Politics course offered as part of the 2019-2020 course catalog and as an elective to the AAAS minor. The course is a 300-level Politics course. This course pays attention to the political strategies used by African Americans in the struggle for political gain in the United States. Focus is given to leadership and the power of political protest. This course is taught by unknown Faculty.

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Ursinus College Registrar

Source

Ursinus College Course Catalog

Publisher

Ursinus College

Date

2019-2020

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Ursinus College holds the rights to this document.

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English

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Ursinus College African American Politics in the United States Course

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POL-316. African American Politics in the United States
A survey of the philosophical perspectives and political strategies adopted by African Americans in their efforts to obtain equality in the United States. In addition to analyzing the approaches and techniques undertaken by African American political leadership, the course will investigate and evaluate mass based political efforts such as protests and voting. Prerequisite: POL-218 or permission of the instructor. Three hours per week. Four semester hours. (SS, DN.)

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Ursinus College Course Catalog

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Ursinus College Registrar, “POL-316: African American Politics in the United States,” Omeka - Digital History at Ursinus, accessed February 7, 2023, https://omeka.ursinus.edu/items/show/1522.