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EDU 316 Racism and Sexism in Ed. Institutions

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Taught by Kimberly Clayton-Code

This course examines the role of educational institutions in perpetuating racism and sexism in the United States. We explore theories of prejudice, assimilation, feminism, and cultural reproduction to explain patterns of social, cultural, political, psychological, and economic exclusion.

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“I have learned about so many nonprofits in our region, and how they play a key role in the lives of so many people. I have learned that often schools cannot provide everything that students need, and nonprofits can play a big role in filling the gaps.”

- Carmen Wells, EDU 316 student

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