Students will be able to identify key features of a variety of cultures, past and present, across the African Diaspora in general, and/or within a specific area of the Diaspora;
- Students will be able to describe the impacts and roles of key concepts such as intersectionality, racism, power, and difference;
- Students will apply rigorous analytic and reflexive skills in archival and community-based research and methodologies;
- Students will demonstrate the ability to critically read, think and write, as they integrate appropriate theories and/or practice;
- Engage with communities of the African diaspora through research, service learning, community action, co-op, or a Dialogue relevant to a topic in Africana studies.
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