May 21, 2024  
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
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△ SPAN 410 - Latino/a/x Experiences in the United States

(3 credits)

This course examines historical and current issues relevant to the Latino/Latina/Latinx population in the United States through the lens of social justice and human rights. The Latino/Latina/Latinx experience will be studied through readings, literature, film, presentations and discussions. The role of Latino/Latina/Latinx in the work force, politics and educational system are of particular focus. Readings, literature, and films will be both in English and Spanish; class discussion will be in Spanish. Spanish writing skills will be developed through content work and direct instruction. Course includes a substantive civic engagement project. Prerequisite:  , SPAN 310 - Spanish for Native/Heritage Speakers , or equivalent. Corequisite: GS 468 - Civic Engagement and Leadership Conference . Grade only. Offered annually.

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