J. (SAN FRANCISCO) -- Dollinger, an authority on Black-Jewish relations, pointed out that most CSU campuses already have diversity and/or social justice course requirements. At SFSU, his Jewish Studies courses satisfy a social justice requirement, as well as an American ethnic racial minorities requirement. Given all that, he believes all students would benefit from taking a traditional ethnic studies course.
“The goal is to have undergrads take a course from a community of color perspective,” he said.