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Academics > Course Descriptions > Undergraduate

BLK240 The Black Man

Examination of the psychosocial, historical, political and economic conditions of men of African descent throughout the African diaspora, with special attention to those within the United States. Discussion of the role of the Black male in urban and street culture; the status and role performances of Black fathers; the historial and contemporary myths about the psychology and biology of African American males.

Credits

  • 3

Restrictions

  • Must be enrolled in the following level: Undergraduate

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