August 13, 2012
My daughter is a member of OUDC's current class, and I have witnessed first-hand how the OUDC experience has transformed her. Through the weekend-long retreats, the Sunday afternoon seminars and the summer journey, she has learned so much about her own history and culture (Jewish) and the history and culture of the African American community and the civil rights movement. She has acquired close friendships she might not otherwise have had. When she returned from the summer journey through New York City and the South, meeting with social justice activists, religious leaders and leaders of the civil rights movement, she decided to pursue social justice programs in college, and our college search is now focused on schools that offer such programs. OUDC's leadership is outstanding. They are experts at expanding the horizons of the students, their families and the communities in which they live.
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