Atlanta, GA

Interested in diversity, equity and social justice? Join us for a great four day adventure spanning from Greensboro, NC to Atlanta, GA.  This trip, focused on the intersections of race, gender, social class, and age, is sponsored by the Multicultural Student Affairs office and Women’s Center (Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity Campus Centers).

We will be visiting/volunteering with the International Civil Rights Museum, Center for Civil and Human Rights (civilandhumanrights.org) Girls Inc. (http://girlsincatl.org/the-girls-inc-experience-2/), Sister Song: Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective (http://www.sistersong.net), the Historic Westside Festival of Lights (facebook.com/hwcac/), Ebenezer Baptist Church and much more!

  • Trip dates: October 5-8, 2017
  • 13 Spaces
  • Cost: $300
  • Trip cost covers transportation, housing, and meals in Atlanta
  • ASB Atlanta 2014 photos

International Students

The Office of International Services expects to award 7 scholarships of $150 each to help defray the costs of participating in the Fall ASB program.  OIS partners with CSLEPS and supports the ASB by offering partial scholarships to eligible international students and promoting ASB and other CSLEPS programs. Students must apply for the trip through CSLEPS and will be selected by OIS staff after the application phase.

Click Here to find out more information and to determine your eligibility.