Our general education courses ground students in African and African diasporic heritage while empowering students to integrate knowledge and skills from their academic and co-curricular experiences. We want students to become active participants in their learning. This means our general education program is distinctive in its deliberate use of texts, examples, perspectives, and principles of black people across time and from Africa and its diaspora. Students explore themes of social justice, equity, and protest across various disciplines. Students also demonstrate a breadth of learning and develop critical intellectual skills. We see general education as a starting point for life-long work that students continue as they pursue their major, graduate from Morehouse, and go out into the world.