Course: CHS 202. Race, Racism and Critical Thinking (3)

Prerequisite: Completion of the lower division writing requirement. Introduction to the process of critical thinking through the lens of race-based theories and selected historical and contemporary discourse of African Americans, Asian Americans and Chicanos/Latinos on race relations and multiculturalism in American society. Examines contemporary social issues through the use of scholarly studies and a range of cultural texts in order to explore the effects of race and racism on the relationship between language and logic, process and forms of reasoning and practices of critical reflection. Emphasis on the Chicano/Latino racial experience in contemporary America. Examines intersection of race, gender and class. (Available for General Education, Basic Skills A3 Critical Thinking.)

Fall-2024 - Schedule of Classes

CHS 202

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