AFST 3360 The Black Woman in America
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as AFRIC 44.6.
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3 hours; 3 credits
Interpretation and critical evaluation of the history, role, and image of the Black woman in America; emphasis on the burdens of racism, sexism, the economy, the Black "matriarch," health care, feminism and womanism, and contemporary issues. This course is the same as Women's and Gender Studies 3446.
Prerequisite: Africana Studies 1020 or 3260, Core Studies 3 or 9 or Core Curriculum 1230 or 3207 [20.07], Women's and Gender Studies 1001; or permission of chairperson.
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