UNT History Antiracism Syllabus | Department of History

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UNT History Antiracism Syllabus

Decriminalizing Blackness:

A Syllabus from the History Department of the University of North Texas

This "course" presents a curriculum on the history of racism in the American system, how it presents in America today, and practical steps towards decriminalizing blackness and becoming an Antiracist country. The field of history is too often confined to an analysis of the past. However, the utility of historical study reveals the roots and patterns of problematic aspects of the present, making the past incredibly relevant within the current status quo of black lives in America.

Please follow this link to download the full document: UNT History Department Antiracism Syllabus

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