Joanne Bland

civil and human rights activist

JOURNEYS FOR THE SOUL

“Take a little journey with us”

 

A journey that offers hope for the future:

 

We will take you on a fulfilling learning experience that takes you through the Movement that changed the landscape of America ~ the Civil Rights Movement.

 

Our services – the journeys are customized to meet your needs – from college groups to family reunions, Journeys from the Soul will accommodate you.

 

Your services include a uniquely personal and intimate eyewitness account of the uncivil days of the Civil Rights Movement – from the foot soldiers who were there and who are still fighting to keep their history alive.

 

Journey Director Joanne Bland was 11 years old in 1965 when she became involved in the Voting Rights Movement in Selma, Al. The event lived through during that time, particularly on the Edmund Pettus Bridge during Bloody Sunday, have shaped the course of her life.

 

Civil Rights Journey – 4 Hours

 

Includes:

 Selma Interpretive Center

 A drive down the Historic Selma to Montgomery Highway

 George Washington Carver housing projects

 Brown Chapel, AME Church (The headquarters for SCLC in Selma)

 First Baptist Church (Headquarters for SNCC in Selma)

 Dallas County Court House

 Edmund Pettus Bridge Crossing

 

Call for Pricing – Special rates for instate students

JOANNE BLAND

JOURNEY SPECIALIST

 

TELEPHONE:

334.413.1035

 

Kimberly Smitherman

Executive Assistant

334.327.9542

 

EMAIL:

 journeysforthesoul@gmail.com

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