Legacy Trip Montgomery with Lettie Gore & Tommy Allgood

Montgomery, AL, USA

Legacy Trips
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2 reviews
Oct 21 - 23, 2022
Group size: 5 - 12
Legacy Trip Montgomery with Lettie Gore & Tommy Allgood
Montgomery, AL, USA

Legacy Trips
  • Facebook verified
2 reviews

Oct 21 - 23, 2022
Group size: 5 - 12

About this trip

Together, we will face the truth of our nation's history of racial terror and violence, self reflect on the ways each of us have upheld and perpetuated white supremacy in our lives, and embrace our ability to affect change and dismantle racism, first within ourselves, and then in our families and communities.

Our purpose is to listen to and learn from Black leadership, utilize antiracism tools, resources and yoga philosophy to strategize ways to do less harm, be better co-conspirators to BIPOC and develop ways to move forward with mindful action toward collective liberation.

Once registered, participants will receive soul assignments, which is basically pre-work (books, podcasts, documentaries, etc) to help them get started on building a solid foundation for their personal anti-racism journey.

We invite you to engage in this transformational experience as we delve into these courageous conversations with trip facilitators Lettie Gore and Tommy Allgood. 

Lettie Gore is a historian, educator, and advocate living in Wilmington, NC. She is also the host and owner of her podcast History Shows Us. Lettie’s passion for telling history’s truths and connecting the past to today’s racial and social justice issues is evident in the work she does.

She received her MA in History in 2015, focusing primarily on American history and specializing in African-American studies. She received her MA in Conflict Management & Resolution in May 2020, allowing her to use mediation, facilitation, and effective communication skills in her work as an educator and advocate. Leading and facilitating workshops to equip people with skills to have the “hard” conversations is something Lettie also enjoys. This will be the 3rd Legacy Trip that Lettie has led. 

Thomas Garvin, better known as Tommy Allgood, is a Registered Nurse, Care Director, Facilitator, and Organizational Development Consultant based in Charlotte, NC. He/They have a passion for helping people navigate mental, emotional, and spiritual roadblocks by developing practices grounded in self and community that foster resilience and co-creation in the face of adversity and resistance. Tommy works with organizations to create cultures that are people-centered and compassion oriented, breaking down what it means to be in authentic service of self and communities. Tommy's current work includes: 

  • Advancing holistic modalities in organizations and with individuals 
  • Educating and transforming organizational visions and missions rooted in principles of diversity, inclusion, equity, and anti-racism principles
  • Individual discovery utilizing the holistic self (mind, body, spirit connection)
  • Sharing knowledge and strategy with organizations so that they foster healthy people and healthy environments.
  • Advancing Bodily Liberation at the intersections of the Black and Queer experiences

*Please note that deposits for all Legacy Trips are non-refundable.

Who is this trip for?

This trip is designed for folx of all racial and gender identities who are on their own decolonizing journey and who want to do the inner work of allowing truth to guide them in their anti-racism practice.

Protecting and honoring Black womxn is our priority. In a dynamic where folx of different racial identities will be confronting and unpacking their racism in the presence of Black womxn, please note that we intentionally and respectfully center, prioritize and defer to the expertise and voices of the Black womxn in the space. This commitment includes intentionality in the execution of all parts of the weekend, and is even reflected in our pricing. Black womxn, please see Discounts Available below.

To receive a needs based, partial scholarship, please see the Discounts Available section below. 

Cancellation Policy

Deposits for all Legacy Trips are non-refundable. The balance of the total cost of the trip, not including the deposit, is refundable in the event the participant requests in writing to cancel within 30 days from the start of the trip they registered for. If the need to cancel arises, the participant has the option to put whatever monies they have already paid towards an upcoming Legacy Trip during the same calendar year.

Covid Preparedness Plan

We will continue to follow the Covid situation and update our protocols accordingly.
We ask that trip participants provide a negative Covid test within 1-3 days of the first day of the Legacy Trip. Masks and hand sanitizer will be provided throughout the weekend and we will adhere to all policies of the hotel, memorial and museum. 

The National Memorial for Peace and Justice and the Legacy Museum have new COVID-19 safety precautions in place. 

We have taken steps to minimize the risk of exposure to COVID-19 by requiring face masks and requiring temperature checks for all visitors before entry into buildings. We are also reducing total occupancy in the Legacy Museum to 25% of capacity to limit the risk of exposure. All visitors will be provided with hand sanitizer, latex-free gloves, and sanitizing wipes to go through the museum with less risk. We are replacing some exhibits with "no-touch" options for access. We have also installed UV lights to kill bacteria and contaminants in the space on a constant basis. If you have additional questions or concerns, please email us at ticketing@eji.org. 


Black Womxn Equity Discount 

"The most disrespected person in America is the Black woman. The most unprotected person in America is the Black woman. The most neglected person in America is the Black woman." In order to offset some financial costs in acknowledgement of the reality as expressed in Brother Malcolm's words, we offer a Black Womxn Equity Discount.

As special guests who are centered on Legacy Trips where our humanity can be celebrated, ALL trans and cis Black women receive $300 off the registration cost by using the code: BLACKWOMXN

Needs Based Discount 

Please note that we have 2 partial scholarships available per trip and offered to folx of any racial and gender identity on a needs based, first come, first serve basis. We ask that these codes be reserved for and used by people who have a financial need to pay a lower cost to participate in a Legacy Trip. To receive this discount, at check out, pay the non-refundable deposit and use the code ACCESS to receive $300 off the registration cost. No questions asked.

What’s included

  • Hotel accommodations
    2 nights, single occupancy
  • 5 meals and snacks
    Fri dinner, Sat breakfast/lunch/dinner, Sunday breakfast and all water and snacks provided
  • Admission
    entrance fees into both the memorial and the museum (transportation provided)
  • All materials
    workshop workbook and gift bag, yoga mats and accessories and everything you need for the weekend
  • flights
  • incidentals & souvenirs
  • Alcohol/tobacco
    *please note that this is an alcohol and tabacco free trip

Available Packages

General Registration - Single Occupancy
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General registration includes a King size room. 

Deposit: $350
Registration w/Friend - Double Occupancy

If you would like to attend a trip and share a 2 queen bed hotel room with a friend, you both will pay only $1250 each. 

Deposit: $350


Day 1 - Friday
Gratitude & Grounding

4pm-6pm Arrival and Check in to hotel

6pm Dinner, Welcome and Introduction (course workbooks are distributed)

7pm Gratitude & Grounding: Meditation, Journaling & Wall of Intentions

Your Organizer

Legacy Trips
2 reviews
Tina Strawn (she/they) is an antiracism facilitator, racial and social justice advocate and pleasure activist. She is the founder of Legacy Trips and she is also the owner of the Speaking of Racism podcast. Tina is currently traveling internationally full time while working on her book, 'Are We Free Yet?' which is an exploration and examination of what it looks like and feels like to be free and to find home.


A life changing trip. Very well organized and run. Excellent educator -Lettie Gore and facilitators - Jen Kenny & Chelsea Strawberry and a group of smart caring women in our group. We visited The Legacy Museum, The National Memorial for Peace and Justice and the Edmund Pettus Bridge and came together for discussion, education and centering each day. Highly recommend this Legacy Trip.
By Anne H for Legacy Trip Montgomery with Lettie Gore on 12 Apr, 2022
Thank you so much for sharing your experience and for allowing us to be a part of your antiracism journey Anne!
By Legacy Trips on 13 Apr, 2022
The trip in regards to travel went smoothly. Olivia’s communication kept us well informed before and during the experience, no confusion. The site visits were deeply emotionally impactful. As for the group discussions, they were ok. I got the impression that the facilitators were looking for people to express themselves more and I sensed people were holding back. If a goal of the discussion portions is to have more fruitful discussions, then the facilitators should explore methods of creating a safe space so that happens more readily.
By Siera W for Legacy Trip Montgomery with Jamal Taylor and Rebekah Borucki on 23 Feb, 2022
Thanks for this Siera. We are glad that your travel and communication with Olivia went well and smooth. And I appreciate your feedback about the facilitation as it will help us review some key elements to ensure that we are creating a brave space during our trips.
By Legacy Trips on 24 Feb, 2022

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