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Resources for Black Community Members

Resources for Black Community Members

For You. By You.

Connect with Student Groups

  • African Students' Association (ASA)
    • Email: uwasa@uwindsor.ca 
    • Socials: Facebook 
  • Black Law Students' Association (BLSA)
  • Black Social Workers Association (BSWA)
  • Caribbean African Organization of Students (CAOS)
  • Fusion
    • Email: lovefusionent@hotmail.com 
    • Socials: Instagram 
  • Making It Awkward: Challenging Anti-Black Racism (MIA)

If you're a ratified Black student group not on this list, please let us know by emailing abr@uwindsor.ca!

 

Undertaking the work of unlearning the deeply rooted colonial and racist practices of our institution necessitates the learning the unique histories, cultures, challenges and achievements of the Black, African, and Caribbean Diaspora. These courses listed below are a non-exhaustive list of courses currently offered by the University in these areas. This list will be added to as the website evolves. 

  • ENGL3310 - Postcolonial Literature 
  • SACR-2400 Introduction to Race and Ethnicity 
  • SACR-4200 Advanced Seminar on Race and Ethnicity 
  • ENGL-3320 - Literatures of the African Diaspora
  • ENGL-3759 - Literatures is Contemporary America
  • HIST-3210 Colonialism in Africa, 1830/-1960/ 
  • HIST-3610 Slavery in North America, 1600-1877
  • HIST-3620 African Americans/Canadians After Emancipation, 1877 to the Present 
  • HIST - 4210 States of Apartheid: South Africa 

Note: The availability of these courses may vary by semester.