AFST-24100. BLACK WOMEN IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY (Womens, Gender, and Sexuality Studies) Course examines the ways in which contemporary society has shaped the lives of Africana women since the 1960s. It explores how Black women have influenced U.S. society. Investigates issues such as family life, education, career opportunities, political activities, Black male/female relationships. societal constraints on their lives, as well as Black womens roles in the civil rights and feminist movements. Prerequisite AFST 10000 or permission of the instructor. Alternate years. Not offered 2012-2013. [C, HSS]