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UE Offering "Journey to Justice" Bus Trip

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The University of Evansville is inviting high school students on an eight-day civil rights bus tour. 

UE says the “Journey to Justice” trip planned for July 24-31 will first visit the Evansville African American Museum and then travel to museums, churches, and other sites in Montgomery, Birmingham, and Selma, Alabama; Memphis, Tennessee; and Louisville, Kentucky.

In a release, UE said sites will include the Rosa Parks Museum, the Edmund Pettus Bridge, The National Civil Rights Institute, Beale Street, and the Breonna Taylor Memorial.

UE says the event is open to local high school juniors and seniors, and registration is open through June 30. Scholarships are available for students in need.

Students can also earn three college credits as part of the Bridge/Dual Credit Program.

The base cost of the trip is $800. The tuition cost is $350.

To register, or for more information, visit evansville.edu/journeytojustice.