This video examines how the Trump administration is expanding religious exemptions in an attempt to gut civil rights protections and codify discrimination against people of minority faiths, women, and people who are LGBTQ.
Progressive faith leaders want the next debate to cover topics that range from racism and bigotry to climate change and income inequality.
These nine LGBTQ faith leaders work to resist injustice and articulate a moral vision for the United States.
Six practical steps to defeat white nationalist terrorism.
People of faith have been at the forefront of the fight for LGBTQ rights for more than 50 years.
President Trump’s HHS budget request to Congress slashes funding for civil rights enforcement and patient privacy protections while increasing funding for religious exemptions.
Policymakers should ensure that religious liberty extends to all Americans—and that it is not misused as a license to discriminate.
Faith leaders across the United States are showing support for the Equality Act, a bill that would grant members of the LGBTQ community consistent protections.
The right to religious freedom is an essential American protection, yet it has been distorted in recent years to cause harm and discrimination.
Religious organizations and people of faith affirm that LGBTQ individuals should be allowed to adopt and foster children from child welfare organizations without facing discrimination.
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt has misappropriated religion to justify his dangerous ideologies.
Women of faith have played an integral role in the fight for gender equality in myriad ways, including feminist theology, leadership in houses of worship, advocacy for immigrants and refugees, and more.
Young people’s involvement in faith-based activism is not new, and their work fighting for righteous causes should be supported.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ guidance is already empowering appointees throughout the administration to attack the equality and legal protections of LGBTQ people, women, and religious minorities.
Congress’ spending deal makes a number of important policy advances—although it shamefully leaves Dreamers behind.