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Black American Studies II

Further your understanding of Black American society and culture in Black American Studies II. By examining themes, issues, and events from World War I to the present day, you focus on the building toward mass movement between the World Wars; the beginnings of the Freedom Movement in the post-war 1950s; the high tide of the Freedom Movement in the 1960s; the development of the Black Power movement; the resistance to racial equity and justice during the Nixon, Reagan, Bush, and Clinton administrations; and an examination of more recent tides, including the rise of Black Lives Matter. 

Prerequisite: open to students in the Fifth and Sixth Form. 

  • History