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Black History Webinar

Black History is American History

The purpose of this course is to examine, discuss, and analyze the African American experience in the United States of America from 1400 until 2000. This course traces the history, laws, education, and accomplishments of African Americans from 1619 until the 21st century.

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Black History is American History
Black History is American History

Time & Location

Aug 15, 2023, 6:00 PM – 8:10 PM CDT

Black History Webinar

About the event

This course is designed for students, parents, organizations, churches and families to examine, investigate and explore not only Black History, and American History, but prominent people, historical events, Supreme Court cases, laws and key dates through a timeline of events, films, articles, videos, and class discussions.

The purpose of this course is to examine, discuss, and analyze the African American experience in the United States of America from 1400 until 2000. This course traces the history, laws, education, and accomplishments of African Americans from 1619 until the 21st century. Participants will explore how modern day slavery intersects with the birth, history and identity of America.

Course Objectives:

After this course, participants should be able to:

Examine the African American experience in the United States of America

Analyze American laws, Supreme Court cases, and Presidents and their effects on the African American experience.

Identify key facts, figures and dates in African American history.

Determine and discuss the relation between history, education and modern day slavery.

Develop knowledge about the African American experience in America.

Instructional Strategies

Class Discussion

Required Readings

Hands on Activities and Assignments

Field Experiences

Videos & Films

Guest Speakers

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  • Black History is American Hist

    The purpose of this course is to examine, discuss, and analyze the African American experience in the United States of America from 1400 until 2000. This course traces the history, laws, education, and accomplishments of African Americans from 1619 until the 21st century. Participants will explore how modern day slavery intersects with the birth, history and identity of America.

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    +$2.25 service fee

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