Pretty easy, overall.
Eileen is a phenomenal teacher because she holds no punches when in comes of the reality of race relations in the U.S.
The highlight of this class was gaining a new perspective on race, even as a black man. I learned that through systematic oppression, or racism, non-white individuals have been put at a disadvantage. For example, the redlining of the 1960s (search it up now!) that resulted in black people still to this day living in low-income housing areas. Take this class regardless of your race because I promise you that you need it.
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Advice for students:
Leave your mind open because this will challenge your mind and emotions. Topics such as white privilege, affirmative action, oppressive language, and Eileen will indeed anger or upset you. However, it takes an opposition of opinion to grow on any subject. Do not let pride stand in your way of knowledge! Do your essays on time too please; the work load in this class is probably themost minimal that you will have. The wealth of knowledge that you receive from this class more than exceeds the work.