The Heritage Tour

"Walk in a different experience..."
January 5-8, 2011
Atlanta, GA; Birmingham, Montgomery, and Selma, AL



The Heritage Tour is a four day trip during the last week of the Christmas/Holiday break where students learn more about African American heritage. In the past, the Heritage Tour has visited Washington, D.C., Memphis, TN, and Atlanta, Ga. Students are challenged to step outside of their comfort zone, and learn more about their peers that they are not as familiar with. We encourage students of various backgrounds and cultures to attend.

Interest meetings

Monday, September 27, 2010
and
Monday, October 4, 2010
*Both are at 8pm in Mauney Commons*

Funds and payments
$50 for SLBC Members, $65 for other students
Applications and $25 due: Friday, October 29, 2010
Rest of payment due: November 19, 2010

Space is limited to 48 participants, so please register soon using the link:  Register online

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