PUBPOL 196.34/HST 104.34 – New Perspectives on Public Policy & Civil Rights
This course will look at the relationship between various public policies and what is being called “The Long Civil Rights Movement,” the period from World War II to the present. The course will investigate how movement leaders advocated for specific policy changes in areas such as education, voting, housing, health care, and job training. The course will use recent studies to evaluate the success of these policy interventions.
[Areas of Knowledge: SS; Inquiries/Competencies: CCI]