New! Africa American History Tour of Washington DC
2 sessions, 11 hours
Washington DC has a long history of African-American Culture. On this tour, we’ll visit the home of Frederick Douglass, a freed slave who became one of the leading abolitionists. Enjoy lunch at the famous DC icon, Ben’s Chili Bowl. Then we’ll walk off lunch with a tour of the U Street historical area including the African-American Civil War Memorial, Lincoln Theatre, and other sites. Finally we’ll see the beautiful Martin Luther King, Jr. and Lincoln Memorials before heading back to FCC. Lunch and tour entry fee are included. This offering also includes a Pre-Trip class on Aug 16 from 10am-noon. No refunds after close of business 8/9.
Instructor: Marsha Adelson is a retired Federal Employee who has spent the last 10+ years as a Licensed Professional Tour Guide in Washington, DC. She has over 20 years of experience teaching first aid, music and leadership skills as a volunteer for various organizations. She has lived in the Washington Metropolitan Area her whole life and enjoys sharing the beauty, history and uniqueness of our Nation’s Capital with others through tours and lectures.
ILR882 Africa American History Tour of Washington DC
5 digit number: 15796
Thu 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM 8/16/2018,
Location: Sweadner Hall
Thu 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM 8/23/2018
Location:Departs from FCC Campus; exact location TBD