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Day 5 – Dallas

Posted on July 2, 2022

by Jupiter Jaffe    Today started at 7:30am on the bus ride to Dallas, Texas, to visit the Sixth Floor Museum to learn about another topic that is monumental to America’s history: JFK’s assassination. Learning about JFK standing where he was murdered gave me, someone who wasn’t alive during his presidency, a chance to feel Continue Reading »

Day 6 – Dallas

Posted on July 3, 2021

By Micah Fisher Today the Etgar trip drove from Little Rock, Arkansas to Dallas, Texas, where we were able to learn about the assassination of John F. Kennedy and the rich history of the LGBTQIA+ and Jewish communities in Dallas. We woke up early in Little Rock to get on the bus for the long Continue Reading »

Day 6 – Dallas

Posted on July 6, 2019

By Kady Henry   For July 5th, we went from Little Rock, Arkansas to Dallas, Texas. The day started off with a five hour drive. As a native Texan, I cultured fellow travelers on the fine cuisine of Wattaburger, where 8 of us ended up having lunch. Once we arrived in Dallas we met with Continue Reading »

Day Six – Dallas

Posted on June 30, 2018

We started our day, bright and early with a wake up call at 6:45.  We had to be down for breakfast by 7:15, and we loaded the bus to get on the road to Dallas, Texas.  This was the longest drive we’ve done yet, though we all found ways to pass the time.  Billy showed us a movie Continue Reading »

Day 7: Dallas & Oklahoma City

Posted on July 3, 2016

By Max Nelkens: We started off the day with a discussion on guns and gun control, in which I learned about different laws and court cases involving the evolution of gun laws to what we have today. For example, I learned about how it’s an easier process to purchase a firearm at a gun show Continue Reading »

Day 6: Little Rock & Dallas

Posted on July 2, 2016

By Emily Youngerman: Today was really the first day that we moved away from the historical civil rights portion of the trip and onto the more hot-topic issues in America right now. We spent this morning driving from Little Rock to Dallas and while the bus ride was long, I think most of us would Continue Reading »

DAY 7- Dallas, Oklahoma City

Posted on July 5, 2015

-Sarah Brecher I hopped out of bed this morning with only one thing on my mind, the fourth of July, one of my personal favorite holidays. I dressed particularly patriotic with a blue and white shirt, denim overalls and a red hat. I came down from my room to find many friends dressed in red, Continue Reading »

Day 6- Little Rock, Dallas

Posted on July 4, 2015

– Michale Schueler Today was the first day off of the civil rights and rock ‘n’ roll track we’ve been on this week, and we couldn’t have been more excited. Last night, we had a framing discussion on abortion, as we met with Pro-life Dallas today. But first, we had to make the long drive Continue Reading »

Day 5-Dallas-by Evan Simon

Posted on July 4, 2014

Yesterday we had our first meeting about a real life issue in the United States. In the morning we got on the bus at 7:00 to go to Dallas. Our first stop was at an LBGT temple in Dallas to use a meeting room for our upcoming discussion with the Pro Life group. This was the same Continue Reading »

Day 6 – Dallas and Oklahoma City – By Jonathan Tonis

Posted on June 29, 2013

This morning, we began in Dallas with a short drive to the same community center we visited for services the night prior. While there, we had an in depth discussion about the pros and cons of gun control in America. This discussion helped us prepare for our gun control discussions on later dates. Gabe led Continue Reading »