American Pilgrimage Project

The American Pilgrimage Project invites Americans of diverse backgrounds to sit together and talk to each other one-to-one about the role their religious beliefs have played at crucial moments in their lives. The conversations are recorded by StoryCorps, the award-winning nonprofit; shared through the Berkley Center’s website and social media; and archived at the Library of Congress. Over seven years, the American Pilgrimage Project has hosted conversations in 16 locations and gathered over 200 stories, reflecting a broad range of religious experience.

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Featured Conversations

Titus Adenote and Isiaka Ambali

November 2, 2019

Titus Adenote and Isiaka Ambali reflect on how divine intervention has shaped their journeys as immigrants from Nigeria in pursuit of the American dream.
KeNosha Whitehead and Chandra Crane

October 13, 2017

KeNosha Whitehead and Chandra Crane discuss how overlapping questions of family, gender, and racial identity shape their experiences as the next generation of Protestant clergy in the South.
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