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Camping While Black: African American Experiences in Iowa Summer Camps, 1925-1950

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  • IA
1 hour

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In the 1900s, summer camp was a quintessential part of American childhood. But not everyone had equal access to c camp. Explore the ways Black communities in the Midwest created opportunities for their children to attend residential summer camps with Dr. Sarah Eikleberry, Associate Professor and Assistant Chair in the Department of Kinesiology at St. Ambrose University.

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Social Activity, Solo Activity, Virtual, Indoor

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intermediate

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