Thomas made the trip down south last August to participate in the NAACP’s “Journey for Justice,” an 860-mile march from Selma, Alabama to Washington, D.C. to promote racial justice. This month he has been invited back down South to work with the civil rights group to spend three days registering people in impoverished communities and he is bringing several members of Congregation Beth-El along with him.Thomas made the trip down south last August to participate in the NAACP’s “Journey for Justice,” an 860-mile march from Selma, Alabama to Washington, D.C. to promote racial justice. This month he has been invited back down South to work with the civil rights group to spend three days registering people in impoverished communities and he is bringing several members of Congregation Beth-El along with him.