The Center for the Healing of Racism Presents

The Third Annual

Dialogue on the Plantations

Touring

Whitney Plantation (Wallace, LA)

and

St. Joseph Plantation (Vacherie, LA)

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Whitney Plantation

Saturday-Sunday, May 5-6, 2017
Departure: 6:30 AM, Crawford & Holman, HCC Parking Lot 9
Return: Sunday, ~7:00 PM

$275.00 Per Person, Double Occupancy — includes roundtrip fare, tour admissions, lodging snacks on the bus and dinner.

$100 Down Payment to hold seat — final payment due April 2, 2018.

Day 1: Depart, HCC Parking Lot 9, on a video WIFI and restroom equipped motor coach, enjoying the great scenery along the way. Our first tour will be St. Joseph Plantation, a sugar cane plantation. Currently, the second season of Oprah Winfrey’s Queen Sugar is being filmed there. Our next stop is Laura Plantation, a Creole Plantation. Creole life in Louisiana exhibited a unique, characteristic thread: the understanding that the family operated as a business and that the business was family. Conclude the evening with dinner and relaxing.

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Day 2: After enjoying a continental breakfast, begin your day with Whitney Plantation. Whitney Plantation is a genuine landmark built by African slaves and their descendants. As a site of memory and consciousness, the Whitney Plantation Museum is meant to pay homage to all slaves on the plantation itself and to all of those who lived elsewhere in the US South. Upon arrival, you will visit the Gift Shop; then a 90-minute tour of Whitney Plantation. After the tour, you will sit in the picnic area …a perfect time to review your trip and dialogue about all the historical sights before departing for home.

To reserve your seat, call the Center:
Phone: (713) 520-8226 or Email: cfhr1@juno.com
Mail checks to: Center for Healing Racism,
PO Box 27327, Houston, TX 77227