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    Eastern Illinois University
  Nov 23, 2017
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog
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AFR 2400 - Black Women in the Diaspora.

(3-0-3) S. This course explores realities of black women in the diaspora with an emphasis on the United States, Canada, Britain, Africa and the Caribbean. Topics such as identity, family, work, slavery, colonialism and globalization will be examined. Strategies that black women have employed to ensure the survival of “Self” and community will be explored. WI

Prerequisites & Notes:
Students will be required to take AFR 1000G or AFR 2000G before taking this course.

Credits: 3

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