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SO 102 Institutional Racism   Tags: african american, institutional racism, mexican american, native american, racism  

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Since 2005, I've been an Adjunct Professor at Passaic County Community College and have taught various courses.   In 1999, I graduated from Passaic County Community College with an AS in Human Services, transferred to Ramapo College of New Jersey where I received my Bachelor's in Social Work with minors in African-American Studies and Public Policy.  Upon completion of my degree at RCNJ, I enrolled into the MSW program at Yeshiva Univeristy-Wurzweiler School of Social Work with a concentration in Community Organiztion/Administration.  

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Course Description:  This course follows an historical approach to the evolution of racism, the identification of racism, and a study of power and control in America’s major institutions. 

Writing Intensive Course Description:  A writing-intensive course incorporates disciplined specific writing extensively into the course and the writing contributes significantly to each student’s grade.  The instructor uses writing assignments to promote the learning of the course content, as well as to increase the students’ critical thinking and information literacy skills.  Instructors use both formal and informal writing assignments. 



Accomodations:  For any student(s) who believe he/she has a disability and is in need of assistance completing assignments, please contact 973-684-6395 by the end of the first week of the Fall/Spring semester(s).


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