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Black Performance as Social Protest

Self Paced

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Online
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Presented by Michigan Online

Take a journey through US history and discover how African American protest is expressed through music, dance, and theatre in “Black Performance as Social Protest,” an online course from Michigan Online. This course will help you expand your understanding of Black performance as social protest and its active effects on performance and protest today. Learners will identify ways in which patterns of resistance from the past contribute to ongoing social justice movements, such as Black Lives Matter.

This course is free for U-M alumni, students, faculty, and staff.

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