Did you miss any of LLP's Two Routes to Inspiration and Action virtual programs?
Our two webinar series, Ain't Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me 'Round 2nd Tuesday Music Series and Pivotal Events of the American Civil Rights Movement 4th Sunday Speaker Series, have now come to an end. But, if you missed any of them, don't fret; you can watch most of the programs on our YouTube Channel!
What's next for the LLP?
The Living Legacy Project Board of Directors has been actively evaluating options, monitoring conditions in our Pilgrimage destinations, and weighing options for when we can get back on the bus. We hope to be able to make an announcement in the next few weeks about plans for 2021 and beyond. In the meantime, we are planning more virtual experiences. Let us know if there's anything you'd especially like to see us explore. You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for all you do to make the work a more just and equitable place!
What is the Living Legacy Project?
The Living Legacy Project grew out of the Reverend Gordon Gibson's and his wife Judy's passion for sharing the Civil Rights Movement story. Recognizing the importance of not only capturing this story, and our Unitarian Universalist role in it, but of understanding what this story teaches us about the continued work that still needs to be done, the late Reverend Hope Johnson, Janice Marie Johnson, and Annette Marquis formed a partnership with Gordon and Judy, to establish the Living Legacy Project. In November of 2013, the founding members, along with singer/songwriter Reggie Harris, formed the Living Legacy Project Board, with a goal of developing long-range sustainability in service of our mission.
Today, we offer the Living Legacy Pilgrimage and other experiential learning opportunities to deepen understanding of the Civil Rights Movement by visiting the sites where it happened and talking with the people who lived it.
More about the Living Legacy Project and its leaders
Please donate to support the ongoing work of the LLP and to provide scholarship assistance to people to participate in our Pilgrimages. We're pleased to announce that Living Legacy Project, Inc. is now a 501(c)3 organization.
Dr. Shirley Cherry, extraordinary Tour Director of Dexter Parsonage Museum, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s home in Montgomery, AL, entrusts one of our pilgrims with the key to the house.
Join our mailing list! We will be on the bus again as soon as it's safe for our participants and guest speakers. In the meantime, don't miss our soul-filed virtual programming!
If you have questions about the Living Legacy Project, please contact email@example.com.