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Cultural Caravan Productions African American Cultural Literacy Tours

“What did Langston Hughes, George Washington, Al Pacino, Count Basie, and Alexander Hamilton have in Common? Harlem! Find out how and why? Join us and discover the hidden history.

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MALCOLM X Weekend Cultural Education Experience

Saturday, May 23 – Sunday, May 24, 2015

Discover the hidden secrets of the Nation’s Capital on this specially designed field trip. You will see evidence of ancient Egyptian Architecture, Symbolism and Philosophy that have been embedded in various monuments throughout the city. The Egypt on the Potomac Field Trip was designed by the Field Trip Facilitator, Anthony T. Browder, author of: Egypt on the Potomac: A Guide to Decoding Egyptian Architecture and Symbolism in Washington, D.C.

PLUS HISTORIAN ANTHONY BROWDER & PSYCHIATRIST, DR. PATRICIA NEWTON WILL ALSO PRESENT/TEACH IN PRESENTATION ON THE TOPIC OF “SURVIVAL STRATEGIES FOR THE COMMUNITY IN POST FERGUSON AMERICA”

PRICE: $225 (Adults) & $180 (Children Under 17)*
Discounts Available for Groups 10 and over

PACKAGE INCLUDES:

  1. ROUND-TRIP Luxury Motor Coach transportation
  2. STAY in Luxurious Hyatt Hotel (Pool, fitness room, FREE BREAKFAST,lounge, more)
  3. Great Blacks in Wax/Black Heritage Tour of Baltimore/Plantation Tour
  4. All Tour/Field Trips ( Washington DC/Baltimore, MD)
  5. Discounts on meals at hotel & Lunch

For Information: Call 0185-408-743 for Details. Seats Going Fast Reserve Now!!!

 

African American History Tour Part 1:

Spring 2015

Field Trip 1: (All Day) Package includes:

  1. Pilgrimage to the African Burial Ground- Ancestral Remembrance
  2. Tour of Harlem Historical Sites & Cultural Institutions – led by Dr. William Seraile, Historian & Professor Emeritus of African American Studies at Lehman College
    • The group will meet and return from the same location
    • Fee includes round trip coach and admission to sites
    • Trips run from 9:30am to 5pm

Fall Tour: Donation: $45 (Adults) & $30 (Children 4- 17 years), Free (0-3 years)

Email: louisedente@gmail.com for details. Seats are going fast. Call now and book early to ensure accommodations. Group discounts are available upon request.

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Harriet Tubman Memorial Freedom Ride

Auburn NY (Upstate)-FALL 2015

Field Trip 2: (Two day) Package I includes:

  1. Tour of Harriet Tubman Home & Complex (Harriet Tubman was a renaissance woman of her time. Not only was she a hero for her people, but she was also a humanitarian and business woman)
  2. Tour of Seward House (Friend of Tubman/Underground Railroad site, Abolitionist, States Man)

Tour package includes round trip coach, continental breakfast, and box lunch (optional).

“Take a walk through African American History with us this year” Note: All dates are subject to change due to availability. Please call to confirm date and other trip details.

Email louisedente@gmail.com for details about tour- SEATS Going Fast Call Now!!!

  


Field Trip 3- BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!!!- Weekend Heritage Tour of Washington DC & Underground Railroad Tour of Baltimore Maryland

Dates: SPRING 2015 - FALL 2015

Cultural Caravan invites you join us on an African history in America expedition in Washington DC. See attached flyer for details. Discover the hidden secrets of the Nation's Capital on this specially designed field trip. You will see evidence of ancient Egyptian Architecture, Symbolism and Philosophy that have been embedded in various monuments throughout the city literally hidden in plain sight.

This 3-hour field trip will reveal:

  1. The True Meaning of the Washington Monument
  2. The Egyptian Origins of Architecture & Masonry
  3. The Spiritual and Astronomical Significance of 16th Street
  4. The Sacred Geometry and Symbolism in Meridian Hill Park
  5. The Masonic Influence on the Design of Washington, D.C.
  6. The Untold Contributions of Benjamin Banneker

Sunday,  Great Blacks in Wax Tour- Baltimore Maryland 

Price: $160 (Children 3 to 17)/  $215 ( Adult)

Price Includes: Round trip motor coach, hotel accommodations, tour fees

Please contact us for fees. Group rates are available. We are currently booking for our summer and fall tours. Email us at louisedente@gmail.com for details.

  


African American History Tour Part 2 Package:

FALL 2015 - Date TBD. Call 0185-408-743 for information.

Field Trip 4: (All day) Package 2 includes:

  1. Continental Breakfast/Overview at Cultural Institution
  2. Visit to Queens Farm Museum- Queens
  3. Visit Lewis Latimer House/Museum (Inventor/Electrical Engineer/Artist)- Queens
  4. Visit to Weeksville Heritage Center (African American settlement) –Brooklyn
  5. Visit African Burial Ground Memorial Site- Lower Manhattan

Tour package includes round trip coach, continental breakfast, and box lunch (optional).

All fees are available upon request. Contact us at louisedente@gmail.com for details. Seats are going fast. Call now and book early to ensure accommodations.

“Take a walk through African American History with us this year”

Note: All dates are subject to change due to availability. Please call to confirm date and other trip details.

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