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Ethnic Studies

Legacy and Leadership: The Long Beach Ethnic Studies Program

 

US Diversity and the Ethnic Experience is a survey of four major ethnic groups (Native American, African American, Chicano/Latino American and Asian American) from the earliest periods of Native American history, through migrations to the Americas, into the present conditions of U.S. society. Special attention is given to the formation and transformation of each ethnic group and their individual and collective roles in the development of the United States.

Additional classes may be available for students that have already completed a previous Ethnic Studies class and wish to take additional ethnic specific courses (Native American, African American, Chicano/Latino, and Asian American). These advanced courses will be offered at sites that generate the most interest.


Dates for Ethnic Studies Classes, 9am to Noon

  • 2/3 - 1st class and orientation at CSULB (Transportation provided)
  • 2/10 - Class in session 
  • 2/17 - Class in session
  • 2/24 - Class in session
  • 3/3 - Class in session
  • 3/10 - Class in session (Field trip to CSULB)
  • 3/17 - Class in session
  • 3/24 - Class in session
  • 3/31 - No class
  • 4/7 - No class
  • 4/14 - Class in session
  • 4/21 - Class in session
  • 4/28 - Class in session
  • 5/5 - Class in session
  • 5/12 - Class in session
  • 5/19 - Class in session (Final class)  

Sites

  • Cabrillo
  • Jordan
  • Lakewood
  • Millikan
  • Poly
  • Wilson


Student Voices: The Long Beach Ethnic Studies Program