Dr. Crystal Garrett, Perimeter’s interim associate chair of History and Political Science and a political science associate professor, is co-chair of the AAS curriculum committee and will teach classes in the new AAS pathway


By Kysa Anderson Daniels

DECATUR, Ga.— Students in the African-American Studies (AAS) pathway will take core curriculum and African American-focused courses to earn an associate of arts degree in a new degree pathway program this fall at Georgia State University’s Perimeter College.

About 20 Perimeter instructors and professors this month will begin teaching four AAS courses examining African American literature, social issues, history and culture. While work had been taking place over the course of recent years, the timing is significant following months of national and international…



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