ASAM 084 PZ -Nonviolent Social Change


Institution: Pitzer

Description: Asian American Studies emerged out of the longest student strike in the history of the United States. The third world liberation front used social protest to call for educational relevance and greater success to higher education. This class takes a comparative racial approach to examine the history, philosophy, and practice of nonviolent social change. Linking the local and global, this course draws from case studies in India, South Africa, Chile, Poland, United States, and Vietnam.

Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

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This course information is from the 2019-2020 Pitzer Catalog. View this catalog.

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