Attorney Bryan Stevenson has been working tirelessly since the 1980s to end death row injustices. Recently, he established the Legacy Museum and the National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, Alabama.
The National Memorial for Peace and Justice is making connections with counties throughout America where lynchings occurred, with the goal of encouraging racial restoration and honoring those who died.
A trip to Montgomery is being organized by Haywood Street Companion. James Werning, September 20-22. The cost of $65 includes carpool transportation, private Airbnb room (2 nights), and admission to the Legacy Museum and National Memorial. See James or email email@example.com.
Bryan Stevenson and the National Memorial for Peace and Justice