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Anti-Racism Resources

This guide will provide information about people, groups, and projects dedicated to building inclusive and caring communities.

UM-Dearborn Courses

The following is a list of courses offered at UM-Dearborn that "consider systemic racism, its origins, characteristics, effects, and other related topics." This list was provided on this Systemic Racism page. Please contact Scott Riggs (snriggs@umich.edu) if you are an instructor for a course that you think should be added to the following list.

  • AAAS/RELS 313: African American Religious Experience
  • AAAS/WGST 393: Black Women, Religion, and Spirituality
  • AAST/HIST 3150: Intro to Arab American Studies
  • AAST 3151: Public Cultural Work in Arab Detroit
  • AAST/AAST 3677: Arab American Identities
  • ANTH 202: World Cultures
  • ANTH 370: Indians of North America
  • ANTH 373: Anthropology of the Middle East 
  • ANTH 415: Nutrition and Health
  • ANTH 420: Marriage and Kinship
  • ANTH 470: Doing Anthropology
  • Arabic 310: Arabic Translation Skills
  • ARTH/HIST/HUM 304: The Arts and Culture of Detroit
  • COMM 220: Intro to Media and Culture
  • COMM 260: Public Relations Principles
  • COMM 360: Social Media for PR
  • COMM 366: Public Communication and Culture Studies
  • COMM 422: Language and Popular Culture
  • COMP 223: Intro to Creative Writing
  • COMP 227: Intermediate Exposition and Argumentation
  • COMP 310: Narrative Journalism
  • COMP 327: Advanced Exposition
  • COMP 331: Online Reporting, Research and Writing
  • COMP 436: Memoir and Travel Writing
  • CRJ 200: Intro to Criminal Justice
  • CRJ 316: American Judicial Process
  • CRJ 363: Criminal Justice Systems
  • CRJ: 408: Police and the Community
  • CRJ/SOC 453/533: Sociology of Law
  • CRJ 460/560: Law and Culture
  • CRJ 468/568: Criminology
  • CRJ 470/570: Current Issues in Criminal Justice
  • CRJ 480/580: Criminal Justice Theory
  • CRJ 482: Legal Ethics
  • CRJ 488/588: Criminal Procedure and the Constitution
  • CRJ 489: Law and Society
  • ECON/HIST 361: US Economic History
  • ENGL/AAAS 239: Intro to African American Lit
  • ENGL/AAAS 469: Contemporary African American Lit
  • EXPS 410 - Multiculturalism in Education and Society
  • GEOG/ENST/STS 300: Urban Geography
  • GLOC 301: Intro to Global Cultures
  • HHS 350: Community Organizing for Health
  • HHS/SOC/WGST 475: Diversity Issues in Mental Health
  • HIST 111: American Past I
  • HIST 112: American Past II
  • HIST/ARTH/HUM 305: Art & Culture of Detroit
  • HIST/AAAS 316: African American History
  • HIST 319: Civil War & Reconstruction
  • HIST/AAAS 345: West Africa Since 1800
  • HIST 3601: Michigan History
  • HIST 3635: 1960s in America
  • HIST/AAST 3671: Intro to Arab American Studies
  • HIST/WGST 370: Women in America--Historical Perspective
  • HIST/AAST 4677: Arab American Identities
  • HONS 301: Western Culture I
  • JASS 2015: Fundamentals of Journalism
  • JASS 240: Film and Society
  • JASS 3015: Advanced Reporting
  • JASS 310: Narrative Journalism
  • JASS 330: Feature Writing
  • JASS 331: Online Reporting, Research and Writing
  • JASS 333: Sports Reporting and Writing
  • JASS 378: History of US Broadcasting
  • JASS 385: Black Cinema
  • JASS 405: New and Emerging Media
  • JASS 457: American Cinema
  • LING 422: Language and Popular Culture
  • PHIL/HHS 442: Medical Ethics
  • POL 101: American Politics
  • POL 308: Moral and Political Dilemmas
  • POL 322: MI Govt, Politics, & Public Policy
  • POL 323: Urban Politics
  • POL 327: Pol Parties & Elections
  • POL 355: Religion & Politics
  • POL 360: American Policy Process
  • POL/WGST/CRJ 362: Women, Politics, & the Law
  • POL 385: Irsraeli-Palestinian Conflict
  • POL/CRJ 4165: Criminal Law
  • POL 466: Politics & Policies of Social Welfare
  • PSYC 320: Social Psychology
  • PSYC 3955: Diversity in the Workplace
  • PSYC 455: Health Psychology
  • SOC 200: Understanding Society
  • SOC 308: Sociological Theory
  • SOC 433: Race, Ethnicity, and Health
  • SOC 440: Medical Sociology
  • SOC 443: Gender Roles
  • SOC 445: The Family
  • SOC 453: Sociology of Law
  • SOC 476: Inside/Out Prison Exchange
  • SPEE 101: Principles of Speech Communication
  • SPEE 310: Interpersonal Communication
  • SPEE 340: Persuasion and Social Movements
  • SPEE 430: Small Group Communication
  • URS 300: Urban & Regional Studies

You can look up the full course description for each of these in the Course Catalog by searching for the relevant subject and course number.

Syllabi

The following are syllabi provided by multiple colleges on the topic of anti-racism.

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