The Grand Tour #HBT-24

The Grand Tour acquaints you with an overview of the struggle between the 'haves', 'have-nots', and 'not-supposed-to-have' since the founding of New Orleans in 1718.  

Built by 50 different African nations, New Orleans is 304 years old. The tour highlights the French, Spanish, and American colonial rule, the Catholic Church as a major slave trader, the struggle for political power by the Black Reconstruction government in alliance with the radical white Republicans, the counterrevolutionary period of Reconstruction, the 1892 General Strike (the first general strike involving Black and white workers), the struggle against police and state terror, and the struggle for the African American right to self-determination including the right to secession.

Length of tour: 6 hours with about 60-65 sights and stops.  

Adults - $240/person  

Children (7 – 12) $120/person   

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