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Summer 2022


Course Description: This course examines the foundations, ideas, concerns, and implications of Black feminism within the context of the Black Atlantic. A major goal of this class is to foster dialogue and critical discussion about Black feminism as a site of theory and practice emphasizing social, political, and personal transformation.


This syllabus / content were created for the Fall 2022 - BLST 103 course at York College. Revised versions will be posted depending on the semester / course needs. Your feedback is welcome.

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