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In 2022, people of faith LIKE YOU committed to co-creating a world where all people can live with the care, love and dignity God desires. And your contribution today is the foundation needed to continue to resource, train and mobilize faith leaders in 2023. This ensures we are set up to thrive – in our pews, at the polls and in our communities.
We are called to participate in politics to promote the common good, but what does that look like during an election year? Join NETWORK and national faith leaders to talk faith, politics, and voting. Together, we'll explore how each of us can use our vote and our voice to inspire hope in our democracy and build a brighter future for our country.
White Christian nationalists are seeking to disrupt our democracy in the upcoming 2022 midterm elections with political violence. From political leaders embracing the “Big Lie” that the 2020 election was stolen to the glorification of violence —- now is the time to look at the warning signs and equip our communities with the resources and tools to stay safe. Our multi-faith, multiracial movement will play a central role in keeping everyone safe by responding quickly with smart, effective messaging.
Join Rev. Jen Butler and Dr. Maha Hilal on Wednesday, April 6 at 7 p.m. ET for a virtual discussion of Dr. Hilal’s new book, Innocent Until Proven Muslim: Islamophobia, the War on Terror, and the Muslim Experience Since 9/11.
We are excited to announce that Faith in Public Life has received a transformational gift from author and philanthropist MacKenzie Scott. Scott’s visionary contribution is one of 286 gifts to high-impact, community-centered organizations she announced today, including several faith-based groups.