Sunday, August 9, 2020

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Ways to Connect, Learn and Dream This Week
See what Road Scholars have been buzzing about this week!

This Week’s Featured Virtual Lectures:

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The Baja California Peninsula: A Virtual Field Trip
Join local expert Veronica Luka for a virtual field trip exploring the diverse Baja California peninsula, from the Central Desert Garden and the Ojo de Liebre lagoon to learn about gray whales, to the historic missions established by Jesuit missionaries from mainland Mexico.

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Bridging the Divide: The Modern Civil Rights Movement

Join Tafeni English and David Hodge of the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) for a historical overview of the modern civil rights movement and its connection to the advancement of civil and human rights today. Learn how SPLC’s programmatic work continues to transform communities in an effort to effect systemic change.

Find recordings of all of our past lectures and sign up for upcoming live lectures in our Virtual Learning Library.

Our Favorite Places to Dream About, Part 1
Explore our list of the places we can't wait to show you on the road (and learn a little something while you're at it!)

Road Scholar Social Justice Club
Interested in joining a private Facebook group to discuss and learn about race, equality and other social justice topics? Email us to learn more or join the group

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The Civil Rights Movement: Atlanta, Montgomery, Selma, Birmingham

Mexico: The Great Gray Whale Migration and Baja’s Natural Wonders

View more of our amazing experiences led by our Virtual Lecture Series experts