A public (verbal statement or written publication) declaration of aims, beliefs, intentions, motives, opinions, objectives, policies or views of an issuer (individual, group, political party, organization).
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Hate Speech, Manifestos, and Radical Writings
Women and Gender Studies 449/MAS 598/JHR 598
This course examines writings, speeches, and texts that provoke radical or even revolutionary social change. Students will examine documents from a range of people, time periods, and causes, some of which serve as historical documents and some of which are primarily relevant to the present day struggles people face.
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