Oaxaca: Art, Culture and Indigenous Resistance

Oaxaca, Mexico

GE
Apr 8 - 16, 2022
Group size: 1 - 25
Oaxaca: Art, Culture and Indigenous Resistance
Oaxaca, Mexico


$NaN
Apr 8 - 16, 2022
Group size: 1 - 25

About this trip

Join us during Semana Santa (Holy week) and witness the beauty of Mexico’s most culturally and linguistically diverse state. Meet with Indigenous activists, enjoy world famous Oaxacan cuisine, visit the ancient archaeological sites of the region, visit community run projects and witness  the Holy Week celebrations. 


These celebrations happen in a state that has suffered disproportionately from the collapse of rural economies and decades long surge of out migration detonated by the original NAFTA accords, as millions of Mexicans — bereft of income and opportunities – headed north. We will look at how Oaxaca was destabilized by this exodus and what people are doing now to hold onto family and community even when they are dispersed geographically.

What’s included

  • Trip Leader
    Juan de Dios, educator and activist from Oaxaca has been leading Global Exchange Reality Tours delegations for over 15 years.
  • Translator
  • Double Rooms
  • Sing Room Upgrade
    Extra $250
  • In country transport
  • Two meals a day
  • Admission fees
    To all program activities
  • Donations
    To organizations, community members, speakers, communities we visit
  • International airfare
  • Visa and passport fees
  • Items of personal nature
  • Tips
    To guides, drivers, hotels staff, wait staff

Available options

Single room
$250

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The idea that travel can be educational and positively influence international affairs motivated the first Reality Tour in 1988. Global Exchange’s Reality Tours are not designed to provide immediate solutions or remedies to the world’s most intractable problems, nor are they simply a kind of voyeurism. Rather, Reality Tours are meant to educate people about how we, individually and collectively, contribute to global problems, and, then, to suggest ways in which we can contribute to positive change locally and internationally.

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