New proposed legislation has infused energy into a network of Americans focused on bridging divides.
Interfaith America believes in the power of civic spaces to connect communities and create a stronger nation. Government, civic, and policy leaders have immense opportunities to create precisely this kind of connection but may not be fully equipped to guide those efforts.
Interfaith America has a track record of successful collaborations with government, civic, and policy leaders, bringing together the strategic vision with practical execution to leverage the power of religious diversity for the common good. Our expertise and creativity, alongside a powerful network, creates uncommon opportunities for dynamic and impactful partnerships.
In early 2022, nine Democratic and nine Republican members of the U.S. House of Representatives introduced the Building Civic Bridges Act.
Interfaith America was honored to be a founding member of the White House-led Covid-19 Community Corps.
Our collaboration with the Obama administration established our work in this area.
The Building Civic Bridges Act aims to combat polarization.
Instead of accepting polarization as the new normal, many leaders are leading efforts to foster dialogue and bridge differences.
— REP. DEREK KILMER (WA-06)
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