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Civil Rights – A Journey to Freedom

April 10–14, 2021

The Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s re-shaped the history of the United States and the world—leaving a legacy that is both vibrant and inspiring, but also fragile. In Alabama, in the cities of Montgomery, Birmingham, and Selma, the Movement’s national leadership took shape and tens of thousands of people came together to advance the cause of justice against remarkable odds and violent resistance. Experience the people, places, and events that ignited change and defined a pivotal period in American history, while learning from actual foot soldiers of the struggle—whose rich and moving stories bring a history of unforgettable tragedy and irrepressible triumph to life.

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Tour Operator: Orbridge

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We will happily send you brochures listing included features, itineraries, and pricing. Questions? We’re just a phone call away! Call Mary MacDonald at 800-414-1541 or 765-494-5175, or email alumnitravel@purdue.edu.

To make a reservation with Orbridge, please call 866-639-0079.