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OMA Alternative Break Trip: Legacy Museum & National Memorial For Peace and Justice

Uptown Campus
The Legacy Museum

Join us on a trip to Montgomery, Alabama to visit the Legacy Museum and the National Memorial for Justice and Peace

During the trip we will explore the history of inequity, racism, and other forms of oppression faced by Black people in the United States. We will hear narratives, observe documents, and deconstruct the legacy of slavery and how it connects to injustice and mass incarceration today. This day trip will involve a lot of individual reflection, large and small group dialogue, and movement throughout the area. We hope to provide context to the often silenced history of violence against Black people in the United States. Much of what is on exhibit may not have been included in the K-12 curriculum in many states. Lunch and dinner will be provided.

Registration Deposit: $30 per person must be paid by January 15, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. Please bring cash in an envelope with your name, TU ID, and email address to RIchardson Building (#5) Suite 101
If you cannot afford to cover the fee, please contact Sienna Abdulahad at sabdulahad@tulane.edu or visit the Office of Multicultural Affairs to discuss further.
How to sign up
  1. Register
  2. Please bring your payment to LBC G04 and submit it to Sienna Abdulahad.
  3. Show up at 4:30 a.m. February 5, 2022 in Richardson Building Room 115 with your Splash card
If you do not register and submit payment your attendance will not be confirmed and the seat will be released.
Payments are not refundable.
Space is limited so please register to reserve your seat today!

Learn More About the Museum

Learn More About the Memorial


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For more information on this event, please visit https://tulane.campuslabs.com/engage/event/7139293