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University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

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Jodi Thesing-Ritter
Associate Dean of Students
105 Garfield Avenue
P.O. Box 4004
Eau Claire, WI 54702
715-836-2325 (P)
715-836-5911 (F)
thesinjm@uwec.edu

Program Site

Program Type
Experiential
Discipline(s)
Women's Studies, History
Location
Southern United States
Dates
Winter and Spring Break
Weeks
7-10 days
Credits
Optional 3 credits
Calendar
Semester
Plan
A Only
Civil Rights Pilgrimage: The trips will include stops at the birthplace of Martin Luther King Jr. in Atlanta, GA. The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute in Birmingham, AL. The Civil Rights Memorial and the Rosa Parks Museum and Library in Montgomery, AL. The National Voting Rights Museum in Selma, AL. and other sites in Selma, AL, New Orleans, LA. Central High School and William J Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock, AR and the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, TN and MORE!

Additional Information

Requirements: Students may choose to register for Women's Studies 222 or to participate in a faculty/student research project conducted by student trip coordinators. The trip fee includes transportation, lodging and museum admissions. Registration for both the winter and spring trips will begin early October. Registration is first come/first serve basis. More information: http://www.uwec.edu/DOS/programs/crp/index.htm

Access Types:
  • Open: open to all eligible applicants who meet stated deadlines
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