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    Goucher College
   
 
  Nov 22, 2017
 
 
    
Goucher College 2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalogue
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CPEB 201 - Baltimore ‘68: What has Changed 50 Years Later? (4 Cr.)

(GCR RPP)
Following the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, people living in Baltimore rose up in multiple, enduring acts of civil unrest.  The uprising, which began on April 6 and lasted through April 14, 1968 saw many people taking to the streets in protest, violence, and the looting and burning of property and businesses.  The civil unrest left a mark on most who experienced or saw images of it as it occurred.  This highly influential event has been well studied and is better understood today than it was then.  The question is: 50 years later have we learned our lesson? Working in groups we will grapple with this question using political science and religious studies to help guide our inquiry. Restricted to first-year and sophomore students or others with instructor permission. Kasnunias.



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