Urban Inequality after Civil Rights (at FAS)

Why is the United States more segregated today than ever before? By examining the impact of social, political, and economic transformations in the decades after the civil rights movement, this course addresses historical developments that functioned to increase segregation and income stratification in African American communities in the late twentieth century and into the twenty-first.

This course is also offered as AFRAMER 125X. See Harvard University course catalog for details on the course schedule and location.