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San Antonio

Aug 2024

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The Church Against Racism

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San Antonio

Launching from the Alamo City, Church leaders from across the region will bring their varied backgrounds and perspectives together for the journey.

WHEN

August 2024

The journey will launch in August 2024. Once the tour costs are finalized, our team will begin the outreach process to secure deposits for the experience.

During the 9-day journey, participants will participate in facilitated discussions, visit historic sites, and interact with individuals from the frontlines of Civil Rights era.

9 DAYS

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10th

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Route

2199 MILES

Total Sites

15+

Sites

Whitney Plantation Museum: Wallace, LA. New Orleans Civil Rights History: New Orleans, LA. Lowndes County Interpretive Center: White Hall, AL. National Voting Rights Museum & Institute: Selma, AL. The Legacy Museum: Montgomery, AL. National Memorial for Peace & Justice: Montgomery, AL. Kelly Ingram Park: Birmingham, AL. Stax Records Museum of American Soul Music: Memphis, TN. Mason Temple: Memphis, TN. I Am A Man Plaza: Memphis, TN. Withers Collection Museum & Gallery: Memphis, TN. National Civil Rights Museum: Memphis, TN. Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site: Little Rock, AR. Black Wall Street/Greenwood Tour: Tulsa, OK.

The Church Against Racism tour is a collaboration between One Another Project and the Common Ground Project's annual tour. We have learned that one of the richest environments for planting and growing meaningful relationships is through travel together. Through One Another Journeys, we are creating topic-driven tours which are not only educational but also specifically designed to forge lasting friendships among our participants. Each journey, then, has the dual purpose of teaching about a specific topic (or about the place) and also teaching peacemaking principles and exercising relational muscles along the way. Our groups come home having learned important things about the places they visited but also having forged powerful new friendships around the experience.

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  • Lay leaders and team members from a specific region are selected to represent a cohort.
  • The cohort will assemble and journey together to 16 sites over 9 days.
  • Conversations are facilitated during the bus route and on location of the historic sites.
  • Cohort will have the opportunity to engage in discussions with historians and individuals directly involved in the movement.
  • Upon returning home, leaders are provided with the tools to cross communally function within their communities while developing deeper relationships among each othe

How It Works

Common Ground Project

Return To The Roots of The Civil Rights

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Cost

$2,000 Double Occupancy | $2,500 Single | 10% Deposit

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$2,000 Double | $2,500 Single | 10% Deposit

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