Civil Rights Trip
This summer, Marlborough faculty and students will be heading to the heard of where the Civil Rights Movement in the United States began.
Journey with us as we trace this important movement in our history and travel to parts of the south. We will understand what Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. fought and died for in Memphis, Tennessee and walk the bridge that has become a symbol for the momentous change that took place over the course of the movement, The Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama. Amidst our increased attention to racial justice and equality, let this Civil Rights Trip be your opportunity to intimately and thoughtfully explore the legacies of race and political activism that define American history and democracy.
Marlborough Summer 2020 Dates
Week 1 Workshops
Week 2 Sports Camps and Workshops
June 22- July 24
Five-Week Program (Camp Mustang and Classic Summer)