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What will I need?
- No experience, tools or equipment required; just a desire to learn
Is this course right for me?
- Anyone curious about the history of feminism
What am I going to learn?
- Understand the impact of gender on American history
- Comprehend the importance of gender roles
- Identify key moments in the history of women and feminism
- Gain context for current political and cultural debates
Welcome to Peace in Action! We are Dr. Gerri Budd and Professor Donnalynn Scillieri, and are very happy to meet you and to share our university experience with you. We are excited to provide you with the tools you need to effectively implement inclusion, equality and belonging to become marketable, viable and proficient employees.
We founded Peace In Action to help you in your career goals. Our company is a certified Small and Women Owned business, and certified to do business with the federal government.
This course is a brief explainer of the broad outlines of the history of racism in American history and how it has informed our institutions and public discourse.
What you’ll learn
With a Certificate of Completion, our graduates will be able to:
Demonstrate cultural competency to potential employers with their interest in and knowledge of inclusion, equality and belonging;
Delve into socially constructed systems of oppression, patriarchy, racism, classism, gender biases, and heterosexism;
Show knowledge of past and present racist practices and attitudes in the US.
Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?
The only requirement is the desire to expand your knowledge base. You should have a willingness to cultivate within yourself a new perspective to embrace inclusion, equality, and belonging through a lens of diversity.
Technical requirement: access to a computer running Windows 10 or above (or the Apple equivalent) with 32MB of RAM (64MB recommended) and internet access.
Who this course is for:
Job seekers, recent university and trade school graduates, and people transitioning into new careers who want to enhance their resumes.