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Planting Seeds with Vandana Shiva and Prince Charles in India

Posted by in Asia, Environment & Sustainability, Food and Agriculture, Partner and Trip Leader Stories, Trip Participant Stories, Women on 10th July, 2015 | No Comments

photo18-861x1024In 2013, Shannon Biggs traveled with Global Exchange to India with Dr. Vandana Shiva, and got a surprise visit from His Royal Highness, Prince Charles. In preparation for our next trip to India this November, we are re-posting Shannon’s report-back!
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Princeton University Visits Cuba

Posted by in Caribbean, Latin America, Partner and Trip Leader Stories, Trip Participant Stories, Uncategorized on 9th July, 2015 | No Comments

IMG_3649-e1436303951755-768x1024Last week, the United States and Cuba formally announced they will restore full diplomatic relations and re-open embassies in Havana and Washington respectively on July 20th. Just a week prior to this historic announcement of re-opening embassies, Global Exchange sent Princeton University’s track and field team on an 8-day trip to Cuba
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Blog Action Day: Reality Tours Explore Human Rights in Uganda

Posted by in Africa, African Diaspora, Human trafficking, Partner and Trip Leader Stories on 16th October, 2013 | 5 Comments

2010.07.21-027Today we are excited to participate in Blog Action Day, an annual event where bloggers from around the world come together to focus on and write about one topic. This year’s topic is “Human Rights.” Learn about important human rights issues in Uganda.
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Radical Oklahoma – Red State Reality Tour Pt. 6

Posted by in African Diaspora, Art and Culture, Civil Rights, Partner and Trip Leader Stories on 18th July, 2013 | 2 Comments

Site of Woody Guthrie's childhood home on W. Birch St., Okemah, Oklahoma.  Tree sculpture by Justin Osborn.The following guest post is the final post in a series written by Rachel Jackson who is Global Exchange’s ‘Radical Oklahoma’ Reality Tours Trip Leader, which just ended. Read parts I, II, III, IV, and V of the story. This evening I am writing the last installment for the Radical Oklahoma – Red State Reality […]
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Radical Oklahoma – Red State Reality Tour Pt 2

Posted by in Civil Rights, Guest Posts, Indigenous Rights, Partner and Trip Leader Stories, Trip Participant Stories on 12th July, 2013 | 1 Comment

Hickory Grounds‘Radical Oklahoma’ trip leader shares highlights from the Reality Tours trip happening now.
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Travelers Explore the Radical Side of Oklahoma’s History

Posted by in Civil Rights, Education, Guest Posts, Indigenous Rights, Partner and Trip Leader Stories, Peace and Conflict, Trip Participant Stories on 10th July, 2013 | 2 Comments

Tenkiller-Lake-1-300x224Get a ‘fly on the wall’ peek at Reality Tours’ ‘Radical Oklahoma’ tour happening now, from trip participant Rachel Jackson.
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2012: An Eventful Year for Reality Tours

Posted by in Partner and Trip Leader Stories, Trip Participant Stories on 19th December, 2012 | No Comments

Princeton University in Mostar, Bosnia, 2012As 2012 comes to a close, we at Reality Tours want to thank all of you who have traveled with us, you keep us motivated and inspired! Here is a look back at some of our favorite blog posts and stories from 2012.
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Malia Everette Thanks Global Exchange for 15 years of Vocation & Says Aloha to Reality Tours

Posted by in Featured, Partner and Trip Leader Stories, Trip Participant Stories on 26th November, 2012 | 4 Comments

Malia in OahuSince 1997, Malia Everette has directed the Reality Tours program and helped diversify and expand the breadth of socially responsible travel. Today she shares her gratitude for her years here, and announces her upcoming professional transition.
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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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