Participants will engage in a week-long journey exploring iconic human and civil rights places in Memphis, Birmingham, Montgomery and Selma. In addition to museums in most of the cities, we will also visit the Lorraine Motel in Memphis; the 16th Street Baptist Church and Kelly Ingram Park in Birmingham; the Equal Justice Initiative’s new Lynching Memorial in Montgomery; and the iconic Edmund Pettus Bridge and Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, among other interesting sites.
The trip will be led by Rev. Abraham Funchess, pastor at Jubilee UMC in Waterloo and Human Rights Director for the City of Waterloo.
The trip cost is $399 and includes travel, hotel stays and museum admissions. Food is not included. The trip starts and ends at Allen College in Waterloo.
Questions: Talk with Christine
Registration and payment deadline August 15, 2021.