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This spring, join Reconstructionists from all across the movement on a pilgrimage trip to the American South. Together we will visit the National Memorial for Peace and Justice and Legacy Museum in Montgomery, Alabama, and iconic sites of the Civil Rights Movement. The memorial and museum are powerful and sacred spaces for truth-telling and reflection about racial violence in America and its ongoing legacy today. We will meet with leaders of the historic Civil Rights Movement to gain insight and inspiration for the ongoing fight for racial justice in our day.
There will be a BIPOC cohort on the pilgrimage for Black, Indigenous, and other People of Color who wish to have a supportive affinity space within the larger group, with designated spaces specifically for folks of African descent. The cohort will be led by Rabbi Sandra Lawson and other Reconstructionist leaders of African descent who went to EJI, and other sites, together this past October. Click here to learn more about the BIPOC cohort.
This trip will be uniquely Reconstructionist, both in the opportunities to learn, pray, eat, and converse with values-aligned folks from across the movement, as well as in the trip’s design. The pilgrimage is oriented towards adults and mature teens.
Dates: Thursday, March 16 – Sunday, March 19, 2023
Cost: $1,475 for double occupancy in hotel rooms. Single supplement (private room) $325.
The cost of the trip includes hotel, bus trips, entrance fees, most meals, and gratuities. The price does not include your transportation to and from Atlanta. You will need to make those reservations on your own.
Reconstructing Judaism is committed to creating equitable access to all our programs. If cost is a barrier to your participation, we offer scholarships and discounts. Please contact Nina Korican, Assistant Director for Thriving Communities, for more information. The trip price ensures that we will be able to run the trip regardless of the number of registrants and that we have adequate subsidy funds for all who request them.
For time-sensitive questions, please contact Nina Korican, Assistant Director for Thriving Communities.
By participating in this trip, you understand that your photo and likeness might be used by Reconstructing Judaism and its assigned licensees and representatives in promotional material. This includes (but is not restricted to) distribution via e-mail, and online, including (but not restricted to) www.reconstructingjudaism.org, www.rrc.edu, and social media pages.
Each participant needs to register separately. If you are registering for more than one person, please complete the registration and then go in to register for the next person(s) you are registering for.
Registration closes on Saturday, Dec. 31, 2022. We cannot issue any refunds after Sunday, Jan. 15, 2023.