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Reality Tour Brazil: The World Cup, the Olympics, and Social Movements

Posted by in Art and Culture, Citizen Diplomacy, Civil Rights, Education, Environment & Sustainability, Featured, Indigenous Rights, Issues We Explore, Labor and Economy, Latin America, News and Updates, Peace and Conflict, Regions We Visit, Uncategorized on 2nd July, 2014 | No Comments

Photo: Getty ImagesYou may have heard there is a World Cup going on in Brazil right now. And depending on which news sources you’ve been following, you may have also heard there is much more to this World Cup than sport. All of the issues may be hard to put into context, especially from a continent away – but that’s why we’ve developed a Global Exchange Reality Tour to Brazil to witness and learn about them firsthand.
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Where Will You Be This Summer?

Posted by in African Diaspora, Art and Culture, Asia, Citizen Diplomacy, Environment & Sustainability, Health and Healing, Human trafficking, Indigenous Rights, Labor and Economy, Latin America, Middle East, Peace and Conflict, Spirituality and Religion, Women, Youth on 1st April, 2014 | No Comments

Photo by Fernanda LeMarie, Cancilleria del EcuadorSummer is on our minds here at the Global Exchange office in San Francisco, CA, where we’re already getting a taste of warm weather days. As you make your Summer travel plans we invite you to join us on a Reality Tour to diverse regions of the world to learn about indigenous resistance to corporate economy, ending human trafficking, and to make lasting people-to-people ties.
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Global Exchange Interns go on a Local Reality Tour

Posted by in Art and Culture, Citizen Diplomacy, Education, Guest Posts, Labor and Economy, Youth on 31st July, 2013 | 1 Comment

The mural on the front of the Women's Building. - Photo by Katie KoerperGlobal Exchange summer interns visit community development organizations, a high school, and get local ice cream on a local Reality Tour in the Mission, SF.
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Radical Oklahoma – Red State Reality Tour Pt. 5

Posted by in African Diaspora, Civil Rights, Guest Posts, Labor and Economy, Peace and Conflict on 16th July, 2013 | No Comments

The Down Home Blues Club, childhood home of legendary blues guitarist D.C. Minner in Rentiesville, OK - one of Oklahoma's many historic All-Black Townships.The following guest post is Part V in a series written by Rachel Jackson who is Global Exchange’s ‘Radical Oklahoma’ Reality Tours Trip Leader, which is happening now. From Tulsa, we headed to Rentiesville to visit the Down Home Blues Club and visit with Selby Minner. Generations ago, family members ran a thriving business out […]
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Radical Oklahoma – Red State Reality Tour Pt. 4

Posted by in African Diaspora, Civil Rights, Guest Posts, Labor and Economy on 16th July, 2013 | 1 Comment

The entry way to the Woody Guthrie Center in Tulsa, OK.The following guest post is Part IV in a series written by Rachel Jackson who is Global Exchange’s ‘Radical Oklahoma’ Reality Tours Trip Leader, which is happening now. The last two days we’ve been living on Tulsa time. Today we rolled into the Brady Arts District where the brand new Woody Guthrie Center is located.  […]
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Radical Oklahoma – Red State Reality Tour Pt 3

Posted by in Civil Rights, Education, Guest Posts, Indigenous Rights, Labor and Economy, Peace and Conflict, Trip Participant Stories on 12th July, 2013 | 2 Comments

Creek Council House, downtown Okmulgee, OK.  GX tour group pictured with Muscogee Nation Museums Director/Curator John Beaver and Assistant Director Justin Giles.The following guest post is Part III in a series written by Rachel Jackson who is Global Exchange’s ‘Radical Oklahoma’ Reality Tours Trip Leader, which is happening now After a full morning, we met the Muscogee Nation Museums Director and Assistant Director at the Creek Council House in the heart of Okmulgee.  The Council House […]
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Reality Tours Announces Partnership With ActionAid Denmark

Posted by in Asia, Citizen Diplomacy, Education, Environment & Sustainability, Indigenous Rights, Labor and Economy, Latin America, Peace and Conflict on 4th April, 2013 | 2 Comments

Ethical Traveler Tour to CubaReality Tours is proud to announce a new partnership with ActionAid Denmark! Global Exchange is partnering with the Danish branch of ActionAid to assist them with their international youth activist training programs. We’ll be supporting their 3-4 week programs in El Salvador, Nepal and Kenya in the Summer of 2013. These programs are focused on […]
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“For us, our door will always be open for you”- Argentine Host La Vaca Shares Their Story

Posted by in Civil Rights, Education, Food and Agriculture, Labor and Economy, Latin America, Partner and Trip Leader Stories, Peace and Conflict on 8th November, 2012 | No Comments

Visiting a School in Buenos AiresIn the second of a two part series on Argentina, Reality Tours host organization, La Vaca, shares the significance of the country’s history, it’s economic hardship and what inspiring lessons it provides for the global community today!
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Argentine NGO La Vaca Shares Their Story

Posted by in Civil Rights, Education, Labor and Economy, Latin America, Partner and Trip Leader Stories on 22nd October, 2012 | No Comments

Sergio Ciancaglini de La VacaIn the first of a two part series on Argentina, Reality Tours host organization, La Vaca, shares the significance of the country’s history, it’s economic hardship and what inspiring lessons it provides for the global community today!
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Where is Reality Tours’ Newest Destination?

Posted by in Art and Culture, Asia, Citizen Diplomacy, Civil Rights, Education, Food and Agriculture, Labor and Economy, Peace and Conflict, Spirituality and Religion on 17th September, 2012 | 3 Comments

Burmese TemplesGlobal Exchange announces our newest Reality Tour destination! Guess where we are going to build people to people ties in 2013?
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