We work at the intersection of racial equity and interfaith cooperation to advance the cause of racial justice in the U.S.
In commemoration of World AIDS Day on December 1, Interfaith America will host a conversation exploring the critical role of Greek affiliated organizations in the fight against HIV and AIDS.
At Interfaith America, we believe in the essential contributions of religious and secular traditions that affirm dignity and justice for every human being. We recognize and celebrate that movements for a better world — including South Africa’s Anti-Apartheid Movement, India’s Home Rule movement, and America’s civil rights movement — have been fueled by interfaith cooperation.
The United States prides itself on being the world’s first religiously diverse democracy. Still, much of what we think of as “interfaith cooperation” has emerged from principally white spaces, with voices of color systemically underrepresented. Communities of color have long had to negotiate the complexities of religious diversity and are a crucial part to building an interfaith America.
Interfaith America’s Racial Equity programs explore how interfaith efforts — historical and contemporary, personal and political — that emerge out of communities of color contribute to the formation of the United States as a religiously diverse democracy. This work is carried out through our fellowship programs, narrative work, curricula, and public events.
Religiously diverse leaders gather to discuss the anti-racist work that is needed and happening among faith communities.
Learn about diverse religious and ethical responses to climate change, and practical ideas for action.
Examine how Murray’s religious commitments and interfaith action provided the foundation for a legacy of love, compassion, and hope.
An initiative to spotlight the longstanding diversity of Black religious life and the many ways Black interfaith engagement has contributed to American spiritual and civic life.
A national, nonpartisan civic engagement initiative that seeks to inform and equip citizens with the practical steps needed to secure the right to vote for all Americans.
Get inspired, equipped, and connected to unlock the potential of America’s religious diversity.