One of the most important lessons I’ve learned through my involvement with Project Pilgrimage is that we study movements past to strengthen and inspire us for movements present. A critical area of activism in our history has been… Read More
Dr. Bernard Lafayette and Kate Lafayette came to Seattle and spent time with the Project Pilgrimage community recently. They taught us how to implement nonviolence, and the principles of nonviolence, stressing that this practice is something everyone can… Read More
The Project Pilgrimage community came together for a fantastic event at Washington STEM in Seattle. Proximity was the word of the night at the Project Ignite event, hosted by Pilgrimage alumni Samrawit Samuel, Davon White, and Karoline Ribeiro…. Read More
This blog is a space of expression and perspective shared by members of our community. The Pilgrimage experience has been described as a “living history” making these stories the connective tissue that links the past to our present.