Race and Public Policy

1701W [CRN: 16690]

Racial inequality is a fact of life in the United States. Evidence from a range of social science studies suggests that African Americans, and increasingly Latinos, are more likely than whites to experience a range of social and economic challenges, from school suspension and drop out, to arrest and incarceration, and the death penalty. In this course, you will develop a deeper and more nuanced understanding of racial inequality as a public policy problem. Enrollment limited to 20 juniors and seniors. This course satisfies the Public Policy Problems requirement. DPLL WRIT
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