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Visit the MLK Jr. Celebration Calendar for event dates, times, and submission deadlines.

Civil Rights Immersion Trip

IU Bloomington students will explore the history of the civil rights movement in the United States through an annual Civil Rights Immersion Trip sponsored by various groups on campus–including the CommUNITY Education Program, the Committee on Multicultural Understanding (COMU), Office of the Provost, and the MLK Day Celebration Planning Committee. These trips will offer approximately 50 students the opportunity to visit a culturally and historically significant site at the cost of $30. Destinations in years past have included Memphis, Birmingham, Montgomery, Memphis, Washington, D.C., Atlanta, Topeka (KS) and Little Rock.

IU Bloomington participants will head to Tuskegee, Alabama this year. Students will experience a variety of coordinated activities which explore the ongoing nature of the civil rights movement in contemporary society.

For more information, please contact Barry Magee at bmagee@indiana.edu.


Newsletters from past trips:

2013 Civil Rights Immersion Trip to Little Rock, AR
2012 Civil Rights Immersion Trip to Washington, D.C.
2011 Civil Rights Immersion Trip to Chicago
2010 Civil Rights Immersion Trip to Atlanta




Revised: September 26, 2012

Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration
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