Personalized Apartheid Walking Tour

Reverend Storey, a major participant in the struggle against apartheid, will conduct a walking tour of the most important sites associated with apartheid in Cape Town, including the District Six Museum that commemorates the forced removal of non-whites in order to segregate South African society, and the Slave Market and Racial Classification Office where the government decided on the race of “coloured” South Africans.  The tour will end at the famous Episcopal Church of Bishop Desmond Tutu, where the students will have the opportunity to discuss the day over tea.

Academic Objectives:

1. To appreciate the struggle for Human Rights in this global world

2. Learn about apartheid in South Africa, and why it ultimately failed

3. Give students the opportunity to have discourse with one who was personally a leader in the struggle against apartheid.