Fall Break Tour to Memphis
The Purdue Black Cultural Center, The Center for Intercultural Learning, Mentorship, Assessment and Research & The Purdue Honors College present:
The Fall Break Immersion Tour Featuring Memphis, Tennessee.
This intensive 5 day, 4 night immersive experience will center on the theme of developing the relationships between domestic and international students, understanding race & place through the lens of food justice and citizenship post the Civil Rights movement. In our current socio-political climate, these issues of space, food insecurity, housing rights, immigration, and race affect the majority. If you're interested in learning more about intercultural competency, critical geographies and social justice in the context of one of the United States’ most varied and charged Southern States, apply now!
Students with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher can receive 1 credit for this experience by registering for HONR 29900 Critical Geographies of Race.
ALL Purdue undergraduate students can participate in this experience regardless of affiliation with the Honors College.
Program fee: includes transportation to all sites, entrance fees to program based sites, facilitation of in-city activities, lodging for 5 days and 4 nights, and 1 meal per day.
> Snacks will be provided during transportation.
> Cost does not include souvenirs, extra meals, or other outings.