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Civil Rights Cold Cases

Course Description

Civil Rights Cold Cases

Profs. Hank Klibanoff & Brett Gadsden

ENGCW 385WR, AAS 385WR, HIST 387RW, HIST 387RW, AMST 387WR  (Spring 2017)

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