Journey to Justice
The University of Evansville will lead an 8-day Journey to Justice bus tour, from June 8-14, 2024, through cities of the South to explore the history of the Civil Rights Movement. Students on this journey will learn important, valuable lessons at each stop for an impactful experience of personal reflection and application within their own community.
Registration opens soon.
The Journey to Justice will include site visits at the following locations:
- Evansville, Indiana
- Evansville African-American Museum
- Montgomery, Alabama
- Civil Rights Memorial, Legacy Museum, National Memorial for Peace and Justice, Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, Rosa Parks Museum, Alabama State Capital, Equal Justice Initiative Judge Frank M. Johnson Institute
- Birmingham, Alabama
- 16th Street Baptist Church, Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, Ingram Park
- Selma, Alabama
- Brown Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Edmund Pettus Bridge and Interpretive Center, National Voting Rights Museum
- Memphis, Tennessee
- Mason Temple Church of God in Christ, National Civil Rights Museum, Beale Street
- Louisville, Kentucky
- Muhammad Ali Center, Roots 101 African American Museum
Journey to Justice is open to:
* Please read the Youth Programs, Camps, & Conferences Handbook and Child Protection Policy found under the “Additional Forms” tab PRIOR to registering for programs, camps, and conferences. Please be advised there is a non-refundable $35 registration fee included in the price of each camp.
Our goal is to make Journey to Justice accessible to all students regardless of their ability to pay. Thanks to generous donations from private donors and sponsors, we can offer financial assistance to students who demonstrate need. If you are interested in receiving Financial Assistance, please complete the Financial Assistance Request Form BEFORE registering. Please allow up to two business days for your request to be processed. Because demand for assistance is great and funds are limited, we encourage parents/guardians to apply early.