Study Abroad Photo of the Week

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Study Abroad Photo of the Week

Montgomery, Alabama
During the three-week semester, junior Ian Gordon completed the Social Justice in the Southern U.S. study away course. The course took students to various cities in the south to discuss pressing social justice issues and learn how local community-based groups address these issues. “I learned the importance of solidarity in organizing,” Gordon said. This installation is from the National 
Memorial for Peace and Justice, which commemorates victims of lynching and racial terrorism.

Montgomery, Alabama During the three-week semester, junior Ian Gordon completed the Social Justice in the Southern U.S. study away course. The course took students to various cities in the south to discuss pressing social justice issues and learn how local community-based groups address these issues. “I learned the importance of solidarity in organizing,” Gordon said. This installation is from the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, which commemorates victims of lynching and racial terrorism.

Ian Gordon

Montgomery, Alabama During the three-week semester, junior Ian Gordon completed the Social Justice in the Southern U.S. study away course. The course took students to various cities in the south to discuss pressing social justice issues and learn how local community-based groups address these issues. “I learned the importance of solidarity in organizing,” Gordon said. This installation is from the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, which commemorates victims of lynching and racial terrorism.

Ian Gordon

Ian Gordon

Montgomery, Alabama During the three-week semester, junior Ian Gordon completed the Social Justice in the Southern U.S. study away course. The course took students to various cities in the south to discuss pressing social justice issues and learn how local community-based groups address these issues. “I learned the importance of solidarity in organizing,” Gordon said. This installation is from the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, which commemorates victims of lynching and racial terrorism.

Whether you have been or are currently abroad, we would love to see trip photos. Please email the photos to The Guilfordian at guilfordian@guilford.edu with information about the image and where and when you studied.

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