• June 22, 2020–July 10, 2020

Expore the ways that racism and xenophobia affect our experience of COVID-19—and discover ways to work against racial disparities even in the midst of a pandemic.

Course overview

In this course, you'll gain practical knowledge about racism and xenophobia in America today and critically discern its impact on COVID-19.

You'll explore the ways that theology and politics work to support or dismantle current racial disparities. You'll develop faithful anti-racist responses to our present moment and recognize patterns of racist practices, structures and ideologies.

Course details

There is no set meeting time for this course. You will have opportunities for live collaboration with the professor and other students. If you choose to audit the course, plan to spend 10–14 hours over the course of three weeks reading, writing, watching videos, and having discussions. You won't be graded. If you are taking the course for academic credit, expect an additional 20 hours of course work. Credit-seekers are awarded a credit on a completed/not-completed basis without a letter grade.

Registration

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