The use of interviews is very effective in this course. The content is so relevant to apply today in the U.S. socially, politically, and in business. I only wish I had learned more about this earlier.
This course was wonderful! I learned so much and was able to learn more in-depth o stories and events that I knew of. Dr. LaFayette is a treasure and I look forward to hopefully meeting him one day.
By Rachel B•
Amazing course. Thank you for sharing!
By Shavonti W•
I absolutely loved this course.
Wonderfully engaging stories.
By Jeffrey f•
tremendous and informative
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By Richard J•
Dr. Bernard Lafayette is a national treasure and provided the core foundation of this valuable material. The videos will be a lasting legacy and will hopefully be available to the general public. As for structure and organization of this course, the material could have been spread out more evenly and not broken nor arranged into so many segments. Definitions and philosophy separated from historical timeline would have allowed for a clearer unstanding and applicaiotn of the priciples as they were played out over time. Course would have been better to focus solely on the 60's and not deal nor tease with 21st century civil rights references, as that can be a separate course in itself.
By Steve J•
My thanks to Dr. Bernard Lafayette for an interesting & helpful introduction to the history of nonviolence in the civil rights movement as well as suggestions on how this methodology, philosophy, and techniques are relevant and necessary for antiracist activism today and into the future. I recommend this course for anyone who wants to know more about nonviolent direct action, its effectiveness, and its continued pertinence. I am also grateful to Andrew Young, C. T. Vivian, Connie Curry, Dr. Carol Anderson, and all the other interviewers and guests that contributed to this interesting course.
By Elena N D•
A profound analysis of the Civil Rights Movement, told from the perspective of an active participant.
By Eva B•
It was an honor to hear Dr. Lafayette, a civil rights icon.
By Kent L•
Learned a lot of new things in this course. Very inspiring.
By Donald B•
Subject and speakers were very interesting and informative.
Technically poor. Videos wouldn't download in a timely fashion. The translations need a lot of work.