Travel with your WRJ sisters to Atlanta, Montgomery, Selma, and Birmingham to learn more about the fight for racial equality in the 1950s and 1960s and the modern-day continuation of this work. This trip - which takes place Wednesday, October 19 through Sunday, October 23, 2022 - will provide us with education and inspiration, all within a Jewish framework, springing attendees into action to become better advocates for racial equality and justice. We hope to see you there!
Registration is now open! Want to travel with your WRJ sisters? Share this information with a friend! Please note that this trip is only open to WRJ members. If you are a member of a sisterhood or women's group affiliated with WRJ, you are already a member! To find out if your sisterhood is affiliated, click here. If not, you can become an Individual WRJ member by starting here.
Find the full trip itinerary here and below:
Wednesday, October 19th: Atlanta Arrival
- Optional pre-journey visit to The Breman Museum
- Orientation & welcome program
Thursday, October 20th: Montgomery
Friday, October 21st: Selma & Birmingham
- Tour Selma & the Edmund Pettus Bridge
- Birmingham Civil Rights Institute
- Shabbat Services with Temple Emanu-El
Saturday, October 22nd: Birmingham & Atlanta
- Walking tour of Freedom Park and 16th Street Baptist Church
- Meet with Fair Fight 2020
- Havdalah and special programming
Sunday, October 23rd: Atlanta
Registration Fee: $1,599
Early Bird Rebate (through July 1, 2022): $150*
*Rebate of $150 will be available after the journey is completed for those who registered during the Early Bird timeframe (through July 1, 2022). The rebate will be available upon request, as a check, or may be donated to WRJ.
Young Adult Rate: $999 - For young adults ages 18-35, a discounted registration rate of $999 is available. There is no young adult early bird price or rebate available. For more information on the young adult rate, please visit our FAQs page.