Retracing the Steps of Freedom

Saturday, April 06, 2019 - Thursday, April 11, 2019
Group: Staff

Martin Luther King leaning on a lecternCome join us on this immersion experience as we visit some of the most significant venues of the Civil Rights movement. Sites to be visited in Birmingham, Alabama include the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, Bethel Baptist Church, Kelly Ingram Park, and the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. In Montgomery, we will visit Dexter Avenue Baptist Church and Parsonage, the Southern Poverty Law Center, and the Rosa Parks Museum. And in Selma, we will cross the historic Edmund Pettus Bridge and visit Brown Chapel AME Church and the National Voting Rights Museum.

Cost details:  Costs include motor coach to Birmingham, Alabama, lodging, and immersion site costs.  Participants are responsible for all meals.

Thank you for your interest in the Retracing The Steps of Freedom Immersion Experience.  A few important things to note:

  1. Registration includes travel accommodations to and from Birmingham, Alabama, travel accommodations to all immersion sites, single or double occupancy hotel accommodations, and all immersion site costs.
  2. Single Occupancy cost $850 per person,  double occupancy cost $585 per person.
  3. There is a $50, non-refundable deposit due at registration. 
  4. You must select whether you want a single room or shared accommodations.  Pricing is based on your selection.
  5. All attendees must be 18 and older.


More Info

For further details, please contact Dr. Stacey Cole Wilson, Executive Minister of Justice and Service at the Baltimore-Washington Conference at   or 240-581-5366 

Kelly Ingram Park statues

16th street baptist church
Above: 16th Street Baptist Church
left: Kelly Ingram Park


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