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What are the Intersectional Justice Facilitator Certificate Program Electives?

Anthropology

  • ANTH 2. Introductory Cultural Anthropology
  • ANTH 102A. Introduction to Women, Culture, and Development
  • ANTH 113. Indigenous People and the Nation State in the Americas
  • ANTH 114. Social Organization
  • ANTH 148A. Comparative Ethnicity

Asian American Studies

  • AS AM 1. Introduction to Asian American History,
  • AS AM 2. American Migration Since 1965: Asians and others in the United States
  • AS AM 7. Globalization, Gender and Social Inequality in Asian America
  • AS AM 9. Race and Resistance: Asian American, Black, Chicana/o and Indigenous Freedom Struggles
  • AS AM 107. Third World Social Movements
  • AS AM 113. Asian Americans and the Long Civil Rights Movement
  • AS AM 114. Asian Americans and Public Policy
  • AS AM 130. Colonialism and Migration
  • AS AM 135. Asian Pacific American Queer Issues
  • AS AM 163. Asian American Community Studies and Social Justice

Black Studies

  • BLST 4 - Critical Introduction to Race and Racism
  • BL ST 102. Black Radicals and the Radical Tradition
  • BL ST 103. The Politics of Black Liberation - The Sixties
  • BL ST 104. Black Marxism
  • BLST 125 - Queer Black Studies
  • BLST 131 - Race and Public Policy
  • BLST 133 - Gender and Sexuality
  • BLST 136 - Black Feminist Thought
  • BLST 154 - Environmental Racism and Environmental Justice
  • BL ST 174 - From Plantations to Prisons

 

Chicana/o Studies

  • CHST 107: Politics of Language, Accent, and Translation
  • CHST 108: Transnational Chicana and Chicano Studies
  • CHST 109: Indigenous People and the Nation State in the Americas
  • CHST 112: Methodology of the Oppressed
  • CH ST 124. Introduction to U.S. Chicana/o and Latina/o Public Art
  • CHST 135 : Critical Race Theory in Chicana/o Education
  • CHST 151: De-Colonizing Feminism
  • CHST 153: Queer Identities, Communities, and Theories
  • CHST 154: Gender and Sexuality in the Americas
  • CHST 167: Chicana Feminisms
  • CHST 168F: Racism in American History
  • CH ST 168E. History of the Chicano Movement
  • CH ST 169. Religion and Social Movements - Spirituality, Sacrifice, and the Struggle for Social Justice
  • CH ST 170A. Chicano Political Organizing: Proseminar in Theory & History
  • CH ST 171. The Brown/Black Metropolis: Race, Class, & Resistance in the City
  • CH ST 173. Immigrant Labor Organizing
  • CH ST 175. Comparative Social Movements
  • CH ST 177. Globalization and Transnational Social Movements

 

Communication

  • COMM 103. Media, Race, & Ethnicity
  • COMM 108. Corporate Social Responsibility
  • COMM 126. Gender and Communication
  • COMM 130. Political Communication
  • COMM 137. Global Communication, International Relations and the Medi
  • COMM 142. Power, Dominance and Communication

English

  • ENGL 36. Global Humanities
  • ENGL 38A. Introduction to African-American Literature
  • ENGL 50. Introduction to U.S. Minority Literature

Feminist Studies

  • FEMST 50: Global Feminism and Social Justice
  • FEMST 60: Women of Color: Race, Class, and Ethnicity
  • FEMST 121: Feminisms
  • FEMST 131: The Politics of Women’s Choice: Reproduction and Reproductive Technologies
  • FEMST 138: Participatory Research, Community Organizing, and Popular Education
  • FEMST 144: Representation and Activism
  • FEMST 146: Women of Color Resisting Violence
  • FEMST 161: The Social Construction of Sexuality
  • FEMST 162: Queer Theory
  • FEMST 163: Trans Studies

 

History

  • HIST 2A: World History
  • HIST 17A: The American People
  • HIST 74: Poverty, Inequality and Social Justice in Historical and Global Context
  • HIST 174B: Wealth and Poverty in America

Global Studies

  • GLOBL 110 - Global Culture and Ethics
  • GLOBL 120 - Global Ideologies and World Orders
  • GLOBL 130 - Global Economy and Development
  • GLOBL 162 - Sexuality and Globalization
  • GLOBL 174 - Global perspectives on Environment and Society
  • GLOBL 104 - Global Diasporas
  • GLOBL 165 - Colonialism, Neo-colonialism, Globalization

Religious Studies

  • RG ST 7. Introduction to American Religion
  • RG ST 9. Ethnicity and Religion
  • RG ST 35. Introduction to Religion and Politics
  • RG ST 108. Global Religion
  • RG ST 110L. LGBT Religious History: Queering the Spirit

Sociology

  • SOC 118QC. Queer Communities of Color in Digital and Traditional Media
  • SOC 124. Sociology of Immigration
  • SOC 128. Sociology of Race and Ethnicity
  • SOC 130GR. Globalization and Resistance
  • SOC 137E. Sociology of the Black Experience
  • SOC 139C. Betwixt and Between: Multiracial Identity in the United States
  • SOC 144. The Chicano Community
  • SOC 144LI. Latinas/os and Immigration
  • SOC 144LW. Chicanas/os & Latinas/os and Work
  • SOC 144S. Sexuality, Race, Gender, and Class
  • SOC 155W. Chicanas and Mexican Women in Contemporary Society
  • SOC 159M. Sociology of Men and Masculinities
  • SOC 170. Juvenile Justice
  • SOC 173R. Sociology of Human Rights
  • SOC 174. Criminal Justice and the Community
  • SOC 185D. Theories of Race and Ethnic Relations: United States Sociological Perspectives
  • SOC 185G. Theories of Gender and Inequality
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