Dismantling Racism Class Tops 500 Students

African-American Studies students in class

With fall enrollment for Dismantling Racism: From Theory to Practice maxed out, more than 500 students have enrolled in the class in the last eighteen months. African-American Studies Director, Tobin Miller Shearer, who teaches the class notes that both for-credit and non-credit students who have taken the course have been active in dismantling systemic racism in institutions throughout Montana and across the country. For more information on the next offering, contact Dr. Shearer at tobin.shearer@umontana.edu.