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Fort Des Moines and the Fight for Racial and Gender Equality
CRN: 26813
Location: Off Campus
Course/Section: LRST727 100
Date: 04/14/2022 - 04/14/2022
Instructor: Kluever Jeffrey
Time: 12:00PM - 03:00PM
Days: Thursday
Contact Hrs: 3 hours
Fort Des Moines was the site of two historically significant events in our nation's quest to achieve racial and gender equality. In 1917, Fort Des Moines welcomed and graduated the first class of Black officers in United States military history, including Black doctors and dentists. Then, in 1942, the Fort welcomed the first class of female officers in U.S. military history, thus earning it's status as a National Historic Landmark. In this course, participants will tour the Fort Des Moines Museum and Education Center at historic Fort Des Moines, including the rarely seen collections room of the museum, and learn the inspirational stories of the ground-breaking men and women who served at the Fort. This class will meet the Fort Des Moines at 75 East Army Post Road in Des Moines.
Available Seats: 10     Fees: $25.00
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