AFST 123 - Life and Death in the Black CommunitySemester Hours: 3
This course introduces students to the impact of race, class and gender on the health status of African Americans in the United States. It focuses on concepts of race, ethnicity and the perception of human differences; the biological basis of human variation; and the impact of state policies on patterns of disease, reproduction, and death among African Americans with an emphasis on the ethical questions these policies pose.
One of the following: HIST 115, 116; ANTH 108.
Click here for Fall 2018 course offering(s).
Click here for Summer Session I 2018 course offering(s).
Click here for Summer Session II 2018 course offering(s).
Click here for Summer Session III 2018 course offering(s).
[Add to Personal Catalog]