Journeys of Reconciliation is an interfaith travel and learning immersion program that explores issues of social justice and builds relationships between Emory University and communities in the U.S. and around the world.
The program invites groups to encounter the world's challenges, to hear stories of change and liberation, and to seek wisdom from outside the university's walls. The goal of each trip is that participants will be transformed into more thoughtful and caring citizens of the world.
Journeys expenses often include flights, honorariums for local partners, transportation, meals, lodging, and activities.
Many students who apply to go on Journeys request financial assistance, and so funds go toward scholarships that make Journeys accessible to all who are interested.
The Impact of Your Gift
Although COVID has impacted our ability to travel in recent years, the Office of Spiritual and Religious Life recently co-sponsored a learning journey in March of 2022 to visit the Muscogee Nation, the Native peoples of Georgia, in Oklahoma.
We welcome your support of Journeys so that we can continue to offer such transformative experiences and scholarship aid in the future.