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Courses: Afro-American History II (HIS-106)

Afro-American History II (HIS-106)
A history of Black people from Reconstruction to the present. The promise and disappointment of freedom in the post-Civil War world and the emergence of the new black leadership in the struggle for equality and dignity are considered. From Booker T. Washington's cooperative approach to the present, the student studies the forces that are shaping the emergence of Black people as full participants in American life. In order to satisfy degree requirements, students may substitute this course for HIS 102 or HIS 202 with the approval of the Department Chair. Prerequisites: ENG 088, ENG 098. 3 lecture hours per week. 3 credit hours.

Course Name: HIS-106
Departments: Economics-Govern-History
Course Types: Humanities; Diversity
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Prerequisites: ENG-098 (and) ENG-088 (or) Accuplacer Reading Min Score 71
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