This mural and virtual Social Justice project examines social justice and accountability, structural racism, right to peaceful protest, and a need to reform a failed criminal justice system. Students in this interdisciplinary course will explore the historical, cultural, political, social, psychological, ethical, and economic constructs that impact the lives of African Americans and minorities in America today. The framework of this course will allow students the opportunity to enhance their respective analytical skills as critical thinkers in-order to articulate and to better understand the need for activism in America.

About CJA 439 99 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN CJA/BLM - 20S3

This course examines social justice and accountability, structural racism, right to peaceful protest, and a need to reform a failed criminal justice system. Students in this interdisciplinary course will explore the historical, cultural, political, social, psychological, ethical, and economic constructs that impact the lives of African Americans and minorities in America today. The framework of this course will allow students the opportunity to enhance their respective analytical skills as critical thinkers in-order to articulate and to better understand the need for activism in America.

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