PSY 1916: Race in Everyday Space

3 CreditsFreshman SeminarRace, Power, and Justice in the United States

This seminar examines the nature and meaning of being racial and ethnic minorities in the United States, with a particular focus on immigrant, refugee, second-generation, and adoptee communities that are unique to Minnesota and the Midwest. Students will learn about the unique and common histories, struggles, and successes of Blacks, Asian Americans, Latinx, and American Indians. Drawing upon psychological theory and research, as well as interdisciplinary ethnic studies scholarship, the seminar engages students in a critical analysis of the ways in which race, ethnicity, and migration affect the everyday lives of racial/ethnic minority individuals and families.

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