What does “activism” mean and how does it look in 2020? How will it evolve over the next twenty years as the world continues to change? In recent years, movements have formed around issues ranging from Black Lives Matter to vaccines, LGBTQIA rights to climate change, and prayer in schools to the nation’s divided stance on how to tackle the novel Coronavirus.
These fully customizable tours explore the motivations behind and methods of collective action – demonstrations, online campaigns, advocacy organizations – across the United the States. Meet the activists and change-makers on the frontlines of our nation’s most polarizing struggles. Examine the tenets of “peaceful” or “non-violent” activism. Hear personal stories from those who have made sacrifices for the causes they care about most, and consider the links between social movements in the United States with those active around the world.
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Multiplicity Tours works with group leaders to build custom tours around the “Protest, Activism & Social Movements” theme, at their preferred destinations.
What’s For Dinner? U.S. Agriculture from Farm to Fork
Trace the path of mass industrialization of agriculture in the United States that turned a nation of small family-owned and operated farms into one dominated by large corporate producers. Examine whether these methods are sustainable for not only the farmers themselves, but for local ecosystems and the environment as a whole.
Relevant areas of study include political science, law, American history, public administration, public policy, internal relations, communications, economics.
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