Race and Ethnic Relations

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Race and Ethnic Relations is the comparative study of key economic, political, and social relations in and between the United States and other countries around the world. The focus is on theories of race relations, ethnic stratification, and the historical development of world capitalist system.  We use these theories to reveal and explain the underlying arrangements, processes, structures, and systems that shape personal, group, national, and international interests and perspectives.  Particular attention is paid to questions of social justice and examples of social transformation for the purpose of thinking about how to organize action aimed at overcoming the material inequalities and other asymmetries of power that divide us as people and limit our potentials.

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