The discipline of Black and Latino Studies explores the social, political, cultural, and economic history, as well as the experiences and the realities of Black and Latino peoples throughout the world, from ancient to modern times.

Some of the main themes include: justice; racism and discrimination; the rural and urban experience; migration processes; work and employment; community economic development; micro-enterprise; small business development; nonprofit organizations; the development of community; inter-ethnic relations; the role of the state; social and public policy; cultural production; literature; the arts; racial and ethnic identity; and media portrayals.

Our courses use research materials generated in the various academic disciplines and inter-disciplinary texts and approaches.

Mission
 

location

4th Floor, Room 280
Vertical Campus
Phone: 646-312-4440
Fax: 646-312-4441

Mailing Address

Baruch College, Box B4/280
17 Lexington Ave.
New York, N.Y. 10010

The City University of New York