Pilgrims Retrace Path of Slave Trade

A small band of people travel down the East Coast from Massachusetts to Louisiana. Identifying the trek as "The Interfaith Pilgrimage of America", the pilgrims say it retraces the path of the slave trade and is both an act of repentance and a prayer for the dead.



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