Courses satisfying this requirement must lead to all of the following
Knowledge of and respect for one or more of the groups and their
contributions to U.S. society, including but not limited to three or
more of the following aspects: historical, linguistic, cultural, economic,
Ability to analyze critically the relationships between the groups
and the dominant society, among the groups themselves, and among members
of the same group.
Working knowledge of the groups' histories and contemporary experiences
as subjects (as opposed to objects or victims) and of their voices and
expressions, including, but not limited to, oral traditions, writings,
and art forms.
Comprehension of the origins and functions of discrimination, exploitation,
and oppression of the groups, both historically and in the present, and
ability to identify various patterns of discrimination.
The course as a whole (not a percentage or "more than half")
must focus on one or more of the identified groups in the U.S. to be
by - General