The course is designed to help students develop a greater understanding of the influence of one's race and ethnicity on the ways individuals perceive the world and the ways they are treated by others and by society. Within the framework of the helping professions, students will have the opportunity to examine their attitudes toward members of racial and ethnic minorities, develop ways to learn about the participation in and treatment of racial and ethnic minority groups in work, education, and social services, and examine ways to affect one's own attitudes and society to achieve social justice.
This course will examine and analyze the impact of Black migration from rural south to the northern urban centers since the turn of the century.
Interprets historical events of the U.S. and their impact on the Chicano emphasizing 19th c entury roots and 20th century development. Takes an in-depth look at implications of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo and 20th century Mexican Immigration.
A comprehensive analysis of Chicano life as it relates to U.S. Government institutions. Chicanos are presented in terms of their political, social and religious affiliations; their economic and occupational status; and their family life and language relationships to the U.S. Federal System of Government. This study views Chicanos from two separate perspectives: as a self-contained ethnic minority and as a part of the broader U.S. population.