October 28-31, 2018 Mississippi Living Legacy Pilgrimage
THE MOVEMENT: MISSISSIPPI MOMENTS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD
Did you know that the Mississippi murder of Emmett Till, a 14-year-old from Chicago, roused the resistance into a Movement—that is, the American Civil Rights Movement?
Understanding what is happening in our world today means taking the time to learn our history, so we can more effectively work against 21st century white supremacy. How else can we move to an equitable future?
Join the Living Legacy Project for a 4-day direct experience of key elements of Mississippi’s civil rights stories.
When: October 28 through 31, 2018.
We will gather in Jackson with day trips east and north. On this Pilgrimage, you will:
Join this Pilgrimage and invite your family and friends to accompany you.
Registration is open now but will close when 30 persons have signed up. Reserve your seat on the bus now!
General Registration is open
$985 (double occupancy rate, per person)
$1,175 (single occupancy rate, per person)
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED. However, if you would like to register for this trip, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to check availability.
What does the fee cover?
The registration fee is quite inclusive, covering:
Transportation to Jackson, MS
This trip begins and ends in Jackson, MS. The nearest airport is the Jackson-Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport.
Jackson is also serviced by Amtrak.
In Jackson, we'll be staying at the
Cabot Lodge Millsaps
2375 North State Street
Jackson, Mississippi 39202
Phone: (601) 948-865
Please plan to arrive at the hotel and be settled in by 4:00 Central Time on Sunday, October 28. If you cannot get a flight to get you there by that time, please email us at email@example.com
The program will end at 9:00 pm, Wednesday, October 31. Plan your departure anytime on Thursday, November 1.
Cancellations before August 31, 2018, will receive a refund of all but a $50 administrative fee. Although we will do our best to provide refunds after this date, we might not be able to if we cannot refill your seat.
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Learn more on our blog
Read what one recent traveler said about her experience on
Read "Stories of Resilience" from our November, 2016 Living Legacy Pilgrimage
The Living Legacy Project partners with First Unitarian Universalist Church of Richmond, which serves as its fiscal agency.