May 11, 2021  
2018-2019 Edgewood College Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Edgewood College Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ETHS 480I 2DR - Black Theo & Dsmntlg of Racism, II


2 Credit(s)

Integrating insights from the first semester’s consideration of racism and white privilege, the philosophy of Martin Luther King, Jr., and the theologies of Black and Womanist Theologians, this semester focuses on what is being done to dismantle racism in your own field of study (major or minor), area of community involvement (volunteer or athletic organization) or intended career path. Students are required to participate in the annual White Privilege Conference (additional cost for travel and registration) OR a minimum of 20 hours of community-based anti-racism or healing racism series and multicultural trainings offered in the Madison area. Students report on their own efforts to dismantle racism during the annual Student Academic Showcase. Each student completes a COR 2 Statement connecting learning beliefs/values and stance on racism and building “the beloved community” envisioned by Dr. King.

Prerequisite(s): COR 1 or equivalent; open to second or third year students or sophomore and above transfers; ETHS 480H .



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