2014-2015 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog
LIB 320 - Voices of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States
This interdisciplinary course integrates numerous expressive genres, including autobiographies, oral histories, and music, to examine how activists challenged human rights violations. Narrations of individual transformations show how shared experiences, ideologies, and opposition expanded understandings of human rights nationally and globally during the civil rights movements in the United States. Part of the Human Rights Issue. Fulfills Cultures - U.S. Diversity. Offered every other year. Prerequisite: Junior standing.