An American Story: An Exploration of Identity, Oppression, and Resilience

A unique cultural experience for students to learn and explore the complicated relationships that African American/Black people and Jewish people have with the United States and each other. Also an opportunity for students to examine how their identities impact their view of past and current events that are prevalent in African American and Jewish communities. 

Trip details: Start with dinner together on campus, Friday, March 29.  Spend Saturday and Sunday in Washington, DC, visiting the National Museum of African American History and Culture, and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Return to campus for a shared Sunday meal and one follow up meeting.

Trip dates: Friday evening, March 29 - Sunday evening, March 31, 2019


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