HIST231 - CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT

Description: 
This course traces the history of the Civil Rights Movement from its earliest stirrings in the 1st half of the twentieth-century to the boycotts, sit-ins, school desegregation struggles, freedom rides and marches of the 1950s and 1960s, and beyond. Among the question we will consider are: What inspired the Civil Rights movement, when does it begin and end, and how did it change American life? Readings will include both historical works and first-hand accounts of the movement by participants.
Instructors: 
BAY, MIA
Day and Time: 
W 0330PM-0630PM
Room: 

VAN PELT LIBRARY 305

Activity: 
SEM
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