3 - 5 days
Atlanta and Beyond: The Civil Rights Movement
Experience the Civil War Museum, Martin Luther King, Jr.’s former home and Centennial Olympic Park.
Language & Culture in Puerto Rico
Experience daily life in Puerto Rico as you explore the island’s language, history, and local culture.
4 - 5 days
Nueva York: A Latin-American Perspective
Tour Spanish Harlem, attend a Latin dance workshop and visit the Hispanic Society of America.
New York City & the Harlem Renaissance
Visit the Apollo Theater, Sugar Hill and the Studio Museum in Harlem.
Language & Culture in Québec
Experience life and language in French-Canada as you explore two of the country’s most beautiful areas—Montréal and Quebéc City.
Puerto Rico: Island of Natural Wonders
Take in El Morro, a bioluminescent bay, and Old San Juan.
African-American History in D.C. & Williamsburg
Experience Colonial Williamsburg, the Anacostia Community Museum and the Frederick Douglass National Historic Site.
Montréal & Québec
Stroll down Rue Petit-Champlain, visit Le Château Frontenac and enjoy sweets at a traditional sugar shack.
How you see the world is all about where you’re standing. Cultural Perspectives tours introduce students to a whole new vantage point and broaden their outlook on life. This helps students deepen their appreciation for a wide variety of cultures and develop empathy for and engagement with people and communities they don’t regularly encounter.