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Rutgers University - New Brunswick School of Arts and Sciences Bachelor of Arts in Africana Studies
Rutgers University - New Brunswick School of Arts and Sciences

Bachelor of Arts in Africana Studies

New Brunswick, USA

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Sep 2023

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Introduction

Within the School of Arts and Sciences, the Department of Africana Studies has, since 1969, been devoted to close interdisciplinary analysis of black experience to support the work of social justice both nationally and internationally. Our courses examine the precise issues underpinning these inter-connected manifestations of how the treatment of Black life is an indicator of how inequality and oppression are structured. Still, they also help us understand the ways those oppressions have been challenged and dismantled.

The world stands poised to make a definitive break with the legacy of oppression, and Africana Studies stands ready to prepare a new generation to usher in that new world. As we strive together to realize the transformative potential within the pain of the present moment, Africana Studies is today more than ever, a vital part of education for all people, not just Black people.

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