I have always been fascinated by the history of marriage discrimination and how this history applies to couples today.
For years I have wondered about the similarities between the interracial and same-sex marriage movements. How can the latter use these similarities to its advantage?
When applying to the CAPPP Quarter in Washington Program I immediately knew that I wanted to take a closer look at these two movements. The program gave me the unique opportunity to answer these questions, a chance to design my own curriculum for a quarter, “pursuing my intellectual bliss,” as Carol Wald, CAPPP’s program administrator, likes to say.
There are many unique, delicious and affordable food adventures to be had in DC that are accessible to the UC Washington Center. Below are some of the restaurants that I enjoyed during my time in DC, but I am sure that any CAPPP Quarter in Washington student could make their own list of favorites.