This class was tough.
This class gave me and my peers awareness of the many struggles people face based on their backgrounds here in the United States, and the history that contributed to that struggle and why they continue to struggle to this day and why they are labeled as minorities and inferior which is important to understand in this day and age where a lot of people are ignorant on these topics.
Professor Dphrepaulezz was a man who although he clearly had his views and stated them during the class was always very open and respectful to other students various opinions on the many topics we touched upon such as the BLM movement and women rights especially in light of the election that we had this year which was so divisive and even though some people had dangerous opinions that contradicted his he always treated them with respect and listened to what they had to say instead of responding angrily and he educated them and I learned that what you have to do in situations like that.
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Advice for students:
Definitely read what he puts on the syllabus and participate. He admires that and you can build a relationship like that with him and you'll do well.