Race in the United States Course Open to Students, Alum, Faculty and Staff
Race in the United States. Led by the Milano School’s Michelle DePass, Darrick Hamilton, and Maya Wiley, this course brings together activists, scholars, experts, and thought leaders to examine such pressing issues as racial stratification, implicit bias, and the complex, intersectional relationships between race, gender, and class.
New School students may register for the one-credit version of the course at the undergraduate or graduate level. A noncredit version of the course is open to our alumni network and the public through Open Campus with a $7 registration fee.
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