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Past Participant Amy Murray shares experience on the Not for Sale Delegation to Peru

Posted by in Featured, Human trafficking, Latin America, Trip Participant Stories on 12th October, 2010 | 1 Comment

154This past June, Reality Tour participant, Amy Murray went to  Peru on the Not For Sale Advocacy Delegation on Human Trafficking. Read on as she shares her experience with us. I am a graduate student, and, as a requirement for my school, I had to do a cultural immersion. The immersion required me to spend […]
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Oppose the Coup Attempt in Ecuador

Posted by in Featured, Latin America on 30th September, 2010 | 1 Comment

ForestFumigationOtavaloEarly this morning, Ecuadorians woke up to a state of national unrest as sections of the national police and military coordinated nation-wide protests against President Rafael Correa’s democratically-elected government. In an interview, Correa insisted that the protests were a coup d’etat attempt by the opposition. Insist that the Obama administration unconditionally support President Rafael Correa and his democratically-elected government.
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From One End of the Rainbow to Another

Posted by in Africa, Featured, Regions We Visit on 3rd September, 2010 | 1 Comment

pride5Global Exchange is now proud to introduce its first ever LGBTQ-focused Reality Tour to none other than the self-proclaimed “Rainbow Nation” itself – South Africa.
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Reality Tours featured in today’s LA Times!

Posted by in Featured on 15th June, 2010 | 4 Comments

Photo Credit: Conacado, Dominican Republic Fair HarvestGreat News! Today’s LA Times travel section featured Reality Tour’s Fair Harvest journey to Nicaragua.  On behalf of Reality Tours I’d like to say thank you to their staff and editors for covering our alternative and fair trade focused tours.  As you can see in their article ,we are bringing people to understand Nicaragua, its […]
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