Legacy Trip Montgomery with Lettie Shumate

Montgomery, AL, USA

Legacy Trips
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Jun 11 - 13, 2021
Group size: 5 - 12
Legacy Trip Montgomery with Lettie Shumate
Montgomery, AL, USA

Legacy Trips
  • Facebook verified

Jun 11 - 13, 2021
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 participate in this transformational experience as we delve into these courageous conversations with Lettie Shumate, who will be the facilitator of the trip. 

Lettie Shumate is a Black woman, historian, antiracism educator, and facilitator in Southeastern North Carolina. She is the host of her podcast, “Sincerely, Lettie”, where she educates about history and bridges the past to the present, she discusses racial and social issues, and she doesn’t hold back the truth with hard topics and tough conversations.

Lettie received her MA in History in 2015 where she focused on American history and specialized in Black history and race studies. She also received her MA in Conflict Management & Resolution earlier this year. 

Lettie is involved with projects in her local community, one of which is through the Equal Justice Initiative, serves on two boards, and has been in news stories and articles. She has been featured on podcasts, including the Speaking of Racism, Her Story Speaks, Existential, The Safe Haven, and Co-Conspired Conversations.

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

Who is this trip for?

This trip is designed for white women and non-Black women of color who want to do the inner work of allowing truth to guide them in their anti-racism journey.

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 14 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.

What’s included

  • Hotel accommodations
    2 nights, single occupancy (double occupancy is available for an additional cost at check out)
  • 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
  • single occupancy
    (available at check out for an additional cost)
  • Alcohol/tobacco
    *please note that this is an alcohol and tabacco free trip

Available options

Single occupancyonly 3 left


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

Who’s interested

Your Organizer

Legacy Trips
Tina Strawn 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 project, '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.

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