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Some students from -- -- high school in Los Angeles have never traveled beyond the city.
But recently 31 students toward China seeing all of the great sites the great wall -- animus where and the forbidden city.
How many times you get -- chance to say that I did something that was light changed I mean literally priced -- -- we're not.
Being the same person it.
Right now if I didn't go designer.
Jordan Williams is one of those 31 students from Crenshaw high school who travel to China in a rare exchange program of sharing their African American Heritage.
With some of the top students in China.
I'm just so.
Happy and you know grateful that I got to have this experience and I wanna -- -- -- of my peers clause that.
They can do the same.
You know why it was so beautiful and -- -- me and -- it's unbelievable.
Like as soon to me coming from Crenshaw all of us coming from -- on his image.
You're an average thing you know that you can go across the world.
Not that we've done it.
I feel everybody else to do the same my school.
Isaiah Taylor senior Crenshaw and member of the basketball team was captivated by China's -- While touring here he ran to the top of the great ball.
He also claims have learned the secret for Chinese students being so Smart.
They come home and do for our homework.
Wing you know we come home next season in LA via FaceBook is doing -- to an arm and asked that they don't have.
The LA Urban League prepare the Crenshaw students with ten weeks of learning how to speak Mandarin Chinese with spears was amazing.
We took thirty when students over time.
25 of the students and never traveled on an airplane before until you -- Out of tally of out of Los Angeles the experience of just being on the foreign soil and understanding that your.
With the new cultural context as we -- really.
Just held to just open the window of opportunity for the students.
After arriving in China the students along with Bernard -- -- -- and he made several presentations.
-- African American history -- Chinese schools and universities.
The kinsey who own one of the great collections -- African American history and art we were instrumental in getting the Crenshaw students to China.
The Chinese had no concept of who we were what we did and what we wanted to do was to bring them something they couldn't get anywhere else.
And that's the African American story where there.
Being -- just.
To share our history but have a younger generation do it you know and and to see there.
The cycle that there not only learning and you know as part of the process but they're also teaching.
Some of the students were members of Crenshaw high schools gospel choir -- -- showcase their talents.
On the steps of the great wall.
And while Chinese students learned a lot about African American culture from their American visitors.
This dude is of Crenshaw high learned a lot about themselves.
They now feel empowered to do great things beyond the dream.
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