AFRS 3240 - African Americans and the Legal Process
Credit Hours: (3)
Explores the unique role law has played in the African American experience, establishing the status of persons of African descent in America. Students investigate how the legal history of African Americans has shaped American race relations over the past 400 years by tracing the evolution of race, racism, and racial formations as a function of America’s legal system.
Cross-listed as: HIST 3240 .
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