969 Winter 2020 Myths, Misconceptions, and Realities about Race, Religion, Class, and Society in America, Part 2
Monday, 9:40–11:05, Feb. 17
Instructor: Al Carroll
This presentation is a continuation of the spring 2019 lecture. Stereotypes and falsehoods are often deliberately spread to justify inequality, prejudice, or domination of one group over another. This class will focus on the most common misunderstandings believed even by many of us who consider ourselves unprejudiced. The format will be question and answer, with much discussion.
Al Carroll is associate professor of US, American Indian, and Latin American history at Northern Virginia Community College. He is the author or editor of six books and numerous articles in Counterpunch, History News Network, Indian Country Today, Wall Street Examiner, and elsewhere.