|For Immediate Release
January 2, 2001
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Law, Social Change and State of the Country Addressed
In the wake of the presidential elections, many individuals are giving comment on the U.S. political process and its effects on society. A Law and Equality course offered at Indiana University Northwest during the spring semester is addressing these issues as well as the US legal system in constructing class, gender and race inequalities.
"There are so many things to talk about in terms of law, social change, and the state of the country," says Labor Studies professor M. Thandabantu Iverson, adding that the Bush-Gore election has raised awareness of the importance of the issues.
Individuals interested in the Law and Equality course should contact
Professor Iverson in the Labor Studies office at 219-981-4272 or at Tiverson@iunhaw1.iun.indiana.edu.
The Labor Studies program at IU Northwest offers certificate and degree
programs. It is also the home of the Union Education Program and Swingshift
IU Northwest is accredited by the North Central Association (NCA) and offers degrees and certificate programs in Allied Health, Arts and Sciences, Business and Economics, Continuing Studies, Dental Education, Education, Labor Studies, Medical Education, Nursing, Public and Environmental Affairs, and Social Work. The main campus is located at 3400 Broadway in Gary. Off-campus sites are located in Portage, Schererville, St. John, Lowell, Merrillville, and Crown Point.
For more information on Spring 2001 registration or course offerings
at IU Northwest, telephone 1-888-YOUR-IUN or go to the web at www.iun.edu.
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