February 6, 2016—Welcome to prexynesbitt.com. I am currently updating my communications, including this site and Making the Road, so please bear with me. Some pages may be out of date, and the most current information will be that shared on a new email list (see below).
Plans for two Making the Road trips for 2016 are currently underway—one to Cuba in mid-May, and the other to Southern Africa in June or July. Dates, itineraries, and cost information for the two trips will be available as soon as possible.
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In episode four, we meet Prexy Nesbitt, a passionate high school and college professor who has contributed to social change movements from the U.S. to Southern Africa.
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June 14 – July 8, 2013
Cuba, Brazil, Angola and South Africa in ONE TRIP! They said “it can’t be done,” but Making The Road (MTR) is doing it! Making the Road is traveling for 24 days to visit key sites of slavery and resistance against slavery all over the world. This is a once-in-a-lifetime, bucket wish trip that will top all others in terms of making friendships and forging bonds of genuine solidarity and mutual aid.
Join the group making this amazing trip this year, the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, while there are still available places.
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Prexy Nesbitt conducts a talk on The South African Liberation Struggle at Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio on January 20th, 2011.
This historic dialogue, which took place January 18, 2010 between Justice Albie Sachs, recently retired from the South African Constitutional Court, and Prexy Nesbitt was a wide-ranging and illuminating exchange of experiences and views. This footage gives an idea of the breadth of the dialogue.