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HIS-210 American Civil Rights Movement

American Civil Rights Movement provides a comprehensive history of the people, stories, events, and issues behind the post–World War II struggle for justice in America. The course focuses on one of the most significant movements in American history, a movement that changed those who participated in it, made America a more democratic society, gave rise to a host of other movements that transformed the face of American culture, and influenced and created a new generation of American leadership.

Study Methods- :

Self-Directed Courses (HIS-210-SD): This course is offered every term.

Credits: 3

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