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Online courses about inequality, social justice

Jul 7 2020

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Social justice, inequality and poverty, the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., and anti-discrimination law are just some of the class topics Stanford Online is offering to the general public for free or at low cost this summer.

In his Stanford Online class, Stanford historian Clayborne Carson takes online learners on a virtual journey across the United States to visit places important to Martin Luther King Jr., such as the Clayborn Temple in Memphis, Tennessee, where King joined the sanitation workers’ strike for their rallies in 1968.