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Title of Course: Black History
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Black History 101 Classes
Understanding History: Various Approaches
Development of White People
Capitalization of Term Black People
Class #2 Why Blacks Were Enslaved
Why Native Americans Failed
Class #3 African
Roots of Black People in the United States
Black Accomplishments Prior to Contact
With White People
Effects of Slavery on Africa
Role of Black People in Development of America
Role of Black People in Development of the
Class #5 Black
The Black Abolitionist Movement
The Civil War Period
The Black General Strike
The African Revolution
Black Power USA
Class #8 The Republic
of New Afrika
The Black Panther Party
The Law Enforcement Assistance Acts
Have Black People Made It?
The Future: Will Black People Be Prepared?
Abolition / Integration