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SOCI.2004 Introduction to Multiracial Studies

Id: 041941 Credits Min: 3 Credits Max: 3


What does is mean to be biracial or multiracial? How is being bi/multiracial shaped by other identities? We will explore these important questions. You will also learn about the experiences, identities, and unique struggles of bi/multiracials. You will develop the analytical skills to challenge rigid racial binary. Bi/multiracial Americans are a growing population in the United States, and therefore, you are statistically more likely to befriend, date, work with and/or parent a bi/multiracial American than any other generation in American history. Consequently, this course was developed to enhance your racial consciousness by acknowledging the complexities of racial inequality in a population that is often assumed to be evidence of racial harmony in America.

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