This online social science course is for anyone who has previously taken Anti-Racism I or who has a basic knowledge of the racial issues plaguing the world today. While Anti-Racism I focused on how to have an open dialogue about race and racism, Anti-Racism II helps you guide your own conversations regarding race as well as gender and sexuality.

By completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe the historical and linguistic foundations of race and racism in the United States
  • Apply the theory of Intersectionality to your personal experience
  • Evaluate the role of race and racism in your personal lif​e, family, and community

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