Alternative Spring Break 2018 - Washington D.C.
Gender, Race & History in the Nation's Capital (WMGS 387)

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Using Washington D.C. and the surrounding area as a learning lab, students will explore the connections between gender, race and history. Through a series of visits to historical and contemporary locations--including the National Museum of African American History and Culture, Mount Vernon, Monticello, and other locations--along with conducting research of oral histories at the Library of Congress, students will explore the intersections of patriarchy, racism, and nationalism via the legacies of slavery and the Civil Rights movement.

Global and intercultural education is one of the primary focal points of the academic program at Pacific Lutheran University.

Committed to educate for a just, healthy, sustainable, and peaceful world, PLU weaves global education through almost every aspect of a student's study. World events shape our lives, and PLU's curriculum reflects that reality. As a result, students will graduate well prepared for graduate study or a career with a global focus.

PLU's partnership with Earth Deeds allows us to go further in these commitments and enable students to measure and acknowledge the unavoidable carbon footprints from their study away experience and help support a meaningful sustainability project.

Dates: Mar 26, 2018 - Mar 31, 2018
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Car Train Bus Plane
# ID Date Miles mT CO2 Miles mT CO2 Miles mT CO2 Miles mT CO2
Total CO2
1 1119 2018-01-23 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 55,884 23.59 23.59
Total 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 55,884 23.59 23.59

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