The deadline to register for the University of Idaho’s upcoming Diversity and Human Rights Workshop, titled Idaho’s Journey: Doors to Opportunity, is approaching. UI students may take the 2-day workshop for one credit. Workshop fees are $50 for registrations by September 19, 2011, and UI students will receive a 50% discount if they register by this deadline. The registration fee is $60 after September 19th. No enrollments are accepted after September 29, 2011.
Idaho’s Journey, which meets Thursday–Friday, October 6–7, 2011, is a traveling workshop about Idaho’s peoples and their challenges of human rights, both past and present. This year’s Journey will explore the Lewiston/Moscow area. Key topics for discussion will include: the diversity of peoples who built Lewiston over the past 150 years, the WWII internment camp for Japanese-Americans in Kooskia, issues of gender equity in Idaho, and challenges of disability access and inclusiveness.
Idaho’s Journey starts at Lewis Clark State College’s Center for Arts & History, 415 Main Street, Lewiston, ID. For details and to register visit the Idaho’s Journey website.