Black Lives Matter: A Global Comparative Study is a team taught internationally focused comparative course on the BLM movement in the U.S. and abroad. Examines the history of BLM and how it has expanded and developed in multiple countries.
Global Studies 391
5 Instructors / 5 Perspectives / 3 Credits
Each instructor will teach a three-week module.
Understand how racism and anti-Blackness operate in different parts of the world and how social justice advocates in various global contexts have worked against racism. This course is followed by an optional Faculty-led study abroad program* to the United Kingdom, Summer 2022. More details coming soon.
Satisfies the L&S international requirement
See your advisor about applying these credits to your degree program.
*This program’s operation is dependent upon updates and recommendations from UWM, the U.S. State Department and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.