AFAM 3291 - MLK Symposium
Provides an overview of Rhetoric and describes the historical development of Race as a rhetorical construct. Offers two associated assignment options: a digital audio interview plus video debrief on contemporary racism, and/or an essay on 21st century abolitionist rhetoric. - Jon Radwan and Angela Kariotis
Radwan, Jon, "Rhetoric and Race - Background and Assignment - SHU MLK Symposium 2020" (2020). Communication and The Arts Publications. 11.
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