HIST 116 - African-American History, 1865 to the PresentSemester Hours: 3
Emphasis is given to the end of slavery and the successes and failures of Reconstruction, the nature of black society in the era of national segregation, and the changes developing during and after the two world wars. The struggle for civil, educational, economic and political equality is traced in the context of an emerging diversified black leadership.
Credit given for this course or AFST 116 , not both. (Formerly The Afro-American in American History, 1865 to the Present.)
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