Drawing on the scholarly resources of Georgetown University and the documentary approach pioneered by StoryCorps, the American Pilgrimage Project invites Americans of diverse backgrounds to sit together and talk to each other one-to-one about the…
Explore the Berkley Center’s resources on North America, which examine some of the most debated topics at the intersection of religion and public life, including religious freedom cases and social issues such as race and immigration; offer unique insights into the American religious landscape; and explore the role of the United States as a moral leader on pressing global challenges.
The President’s Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge was a White House initiative from 2011 to 2016 to promote, innovate, and recognize tools for and models of interfaith service and engagement in higher education institutions, which are…
Discover the firsthand experiences of faith leaders, activists, and peacebuilding practitioners working on issues ranging from development and education to conflict resolution and foreign policy.
For over a decade, Berkley Center scholars and students have been conducting interviews with individuals working at the intersection of religion and world affairs. These discussions offer unique insights into the inner workings of a wide spectrum of professions touched by religion with interviewees ranging from the highest levels of leadership of international organizations to on-the-ground practitioners. Explore individual interviews here or follow links to our interview collections below:
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In the 1960s, Marty served as a pastor in Lawndale, near Martin Luther King’s residence at the time. Following the events of Bloody Sunday on March 7, 1965, King and his supporters put out a call to…
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