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AAS 3400: The black community post world war II  

The Black Community Post World War II, Dr. Ron Stephens
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Explores how, when and why people of African descent use the concept "community" to express those social practices that make group life meaningful. This course focuses on how people of African descent in the United States respond to public policies and create social practices that affect collective efforts to build and sustain everyday life as a social and cultural collective.

 

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