Pretty easy, overall.
I would recommend this course because it is not a typical class offered in the mainstream campus. It gives a new understanding of history and human/race relations while not being biased. In Dr. Ramsamy's class, he works to explore the mixing of people and does aways with a eurocentric worldview. He is a sweet professor that makes the course easy and fun. You just have to come to class because all answers the quizzes are explored thoroughly in each class session. He is a light grader.
The highlights of this course are that I learned about my history in a way that I have never learned about it before. Being from the United States I almost lived in an isolated sense of being Afro- American. I learned a lot about the reality of black history, the black experience in America, Paul Robeson's work and his political legacy, the colonization of Africa, South Africa, and Apartheid, and etc.
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Advice for students:
In order to succeed, you must come to each class. While attendance is not taken, answers to the quizzes and final are thoroughly explored. You should read the assigned readings or at least skim through. Taking notes during lectures are the key because the final is open book