“Race: Are We So Different?” Bus Trip to DC – 11/5

The Office of Equity and Inclusion wishes to cordially invites the African Heritage Caucus to join us on an adventure to Washington, DC on Saturday, November 5, 2011. There, we will begin at the National Museum of Natural History to view the exhibit, “Race: Are We So Different”.   UD Employees $25 and Non-UD employees $40.

Long appreciated for its diversity, Washington, D.C. is a great city to explore different cultures and history. This adventure is at your own pace, so bring your sneakers, your camera, and pick sites and exhibits that strike your fancy and join us as we visit DC from a multicultural perspective. We will begin at the National Museum of Natural History to view the exhibit, Race: Are We So Different? that tell the stories of race from the biological, cultural, and historical points of view. Participants will receive a ‘passport’ of suggested exhibits that are located in several Smithsonian Institute Museums and Memorials around the National Mall.

FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED – To register and pay for this event by contacting Dana Brittingham at x8064 or dbritt@udel.edu.

Checks should be made payable to “University of Delaware”.  You can hand deliver or mail your registration to: Office of Equity and Inclusion – 305 Hullihen Hall

Kristal O.

2 Comments

  1. Is it too late to apply for this? It’s on this coming 5th November already,

    The topic is very interesting, as you said Washington D.C. is one of the best city in the world to explore different cultures and history. That’s the reason why I love Wshingtong D.C. as well,

    By the way, I already sent an email to you via dbritt@udel.edu.

    Please check it out

    Best Regards,
    helen@@stamford.edu
    Black Friday Sales 2011

  2. (sorry to send this reply over but I didn’t see any update status for my comment so I’m not sure it was errored or not)

    Is it too late to apply for this? It’s on this coming 5th November already,

    The topic is very interesting, as you said Washington D.C. is one of the best city in the world to explore different cultures and history. That’s the reason why I love Wshingtong D.C. as well,

    By the way, I already sent an email to you via dbritt@udel.edu.

    Please check it out

    Best Regards,
    —————————
    helen@stamford.edu
    Black Friday Sales 2011

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