African American Studies (AF AMER)

    Upper Division Courses

  • M173. Nonviolence and Social Movements

    Units: 4.0

    (Same as Chicana and Chicano Studies M173 and Labor Studies M173.) Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour. Overview of nonviolence and its impact on social movements both historically and in its present context in contemporary society, featuring lectures, conversations, films, readings, and guest speakers. Exploration of some historic contributions of civil rights struggles and role of nonviolent action throughout recent U.S. history. Examination of particular lessons of nonviolent movements as they impact social change organizing in Los Angeles. P/NP or letter grading.

  • M173. Nonviolence and Social Movements (Effective Winter 2021 )

    Units: 4.0

    (Same as Chicana/o and Central American Studies M173 and Labor Studies M173.) Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour. Overview of nonviolence and its impact on social movements both historically and in its present context in contemporary society, featuring lectures, conversations, films, readings, and guest speakers. Exploration of some historic contributions of civil rights struggles and role of nonviolent action throughout recent U.S. history. Examination of particular lessons of nonviolent movements as they impact social change organizing in Los Angeles. P/NP or letter grading.

  • Chicana and Chicano Studies (CHICANO)

    Upper Division Courses

  • M173. Nonviolence and Social Movements

    Units: 4.0

    (Same as African American Studies M173 and Labor Studies M173.) Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour. Overview of nonviolence and its impact on social movements both historically and in its present context in contemporary society, featuring lectures, conversations, films, readings, and guest speakers. Exploration of some historic contributions of civil rights struggles and role of nonviolent action throughout recent U.S. history. Examination of particular lessons of nonviolent movements as they impact social change organizing in Los Angeles. P/NP or letter grading.

  • Chicana/O and Central American Studies (CCAS)

    Upper Division Courses

  • M173. Nonviolence and Social Movements

    Units: 4.0

    (Formerly numbered Chicana and Chicano Studies M173.) (Same as African American Studies M173 and Labor Studies M173.) Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour. Overview of nonviolence and its impact on social movements both historically and in its present context in contemporary society, featuring lectures, conversations, films, readings, and guest speakers. Exploration of some historic contributions of civil rights struggles and role of nonviolent action throughout recent U.S. history. Examination of particular lessons of nonviolent movements as they impact social change organizing in Los Angeles. P/NP or letter grading.

  • Labor Studies (LBR STD)

    Upper Division Courses

  • M173. Nonviolence and Social Movements

    Units: 4.0

    (Formerly numbered Labor and Workplace Studies M173.) (Same as African American Studies M173 and Chicana and Chicano Studies M173.) Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour. Overview of nonviolence and its impact on social movements both historically and in its present context in contemporary society, featuring lectures, conversations, films, readings, and guest speakers. Exploration of some historic contributions of civil rights struggles and role of nonviolent action throughout recent U.S. history. Examination of particular lessons of nonviolent movements as they impact social change organizing in Los Angeles. P/NP or letter grading.

  • M173. Nonviolence and Social Movements (Effective Winter 2021 )

    Units: 4.0

    (Formerly numbered Labor and Workplace Studies M173.) (Same as African American Studies M173 and Chicana/o and Central American Studies M173.) Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour. Overview of nonviolence and its impact on social movements both historically and in its present context in contemporary society, featuring lectures, conversations, films, readings, and guest speakers. Exploration of some historic contributions of civil rights struggles and role of nonviolent action throughout recent U.S. history. Examination of particular lessons of nonviolent movements as they impact social change organizing in Los Angeles. P/NP or letter grading.