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Behavioral Economics
Why is it so hard to hail a cab in the rain in New York City? Why do some people pay for annual gym memberships when they would save on a pay-as-you go basis? Integrate ideas from the social sciences ...
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Grade 10+

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Color of Law
Stories of discrimination capture headlines in America daily, reflecting how the promise of equal protection under the law is still unrealized for people of color. The United States is far from alone ...
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Grade 9+

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Lights! Camera! Action?
In recent years, critically acclaimed films like Coco, Crazy Rich Asians, Hidden Figures, Blinded by the Light, and Black Panther have begun to address the lack of starring roles for people of color ...
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Grade 10+

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Race Matters
Throughout history, the concept of race has been used to perpetuate issues and systems of social inequality. In this course, you’ll study race as a social construct, examine the historic development ...
Next start date: September 12, 2022

Grade 9+

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Satire, Comedy, and Politics
As forms of cultural and political expression, satire and comedy are important tools for exposing uncomfortable truths about powerful individuals and institutions that might otherwise seem untouchable ...
Next session begins: September 14, 2022

Grades 7-10

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