Black Justice Certificate 

Coming Fall 2022! 
Contact us today to be added to our Fall 2022 cohort: 

The Black Justice Certificate will strengthen individuals by analyzing how racism manifests in schools, classrooms, businesses, workplace, and everyday life. The coursework will enhance the individual's understanding of how racism affects everyone. This Certificate will provide tools to address race and racism and gain strategies to support a culture of respect, equity, and inclusivity. By the end of the Certificate, participants will deepen their knowledge of the history and definition of race and racism. They will enhance their understanding of how race and racism manifest in classrooms, schools, and students' lived experiences, practice applying a racial equity lens to scenarios related to race and racism in the classroom, and gain strategies for creating racial equity in all places.

Coursework outlined for the Certificate will equip students with the knowledge and skills to fight racial prejudice and challenge intolerant attitudes. Additionally, students will learn to use contemporary intersectional terminology to distinguish between race/racism and participating in racist acts.

Who Should Enroll?

  • CAS students
  • Johnston students
  • Graduate Students
  • Local Community Members
  • Alumni and friends living anywhere in the world
  • Teachers
  • Doctors
  • Business Owners
  • Anyone interested in having honest conversations about race in America.

Program Structure 

Online Delivery Method 
4 Courses 
12 Credits
8 Month Program 
6 - 8 Week Courses 
$425 Per Credit 

Tuition Breaks and Scholarships:

Tuition Breaks and Scholarships are available. Please contact us at or 909-748-8101 to learn about these possibilities. 

Course Enrollment & Registration 

You may enroll in any of the upcoming courses below. There are no application requirements, and courses do not need to be completed in any sequence. 

The Early Bird Discount applies to individuals who register and pay for their classes fourteen (14) days before the start of the class using the online shopping cart. 

For assistance with registration, please email

Please note that all courses are listed in Pacific Standard Time.


This course will give students the opportunity to develop and strengthen skills in learning and discussing the history of racism in America, how it presents in America today, and practical steps towards decriminalizing Blackness, and becoming an Antiracist country. Learners can use this course to devise methods to critically understand racism, effective address it, and overcome violence and complacency within racist structures.

Instructor: Alesha Knox

Need more information? 

Please contact us at or call us at 909-748-8101.