Global Majority Studies

This semester course surveys the minority experience in the United States and how it affects all citizens. Issues of race, gender and culture are discussed and analyzed for political, cultural and socioeconomic impact on American society. Strategies such as action research, Socratic seminars, data interpretation, primary and secondary source readings, oral presentations, research papers and written response are used to guide students in their study. Students participate in positive discourse in preparation for success in the 21st-century global community.



School Level

High School


10, 11, 12

Elective Credits