Staff and fellows at the Center for American Progress share how 9/11 changed their lives.
From climate change to gun violence to civil rights, religious leaders are having a positive impact on all areas of American public life.
Religious groups welcome the Biden administration’s $2 trillion investment in a stronger, more resilient, and more just U.S. economy.
This data interactive displays the results of CAP’s national survey of LGBTQ individuals.
This fact sheet outlines how the Equality Act would provide much-needed civil rights protections for LGBTQ people, women, people of faith, and others.
Faith-based organizations have a long history of fighting for economic justice.
CAP brought together diverse religious leaders to explore the values underpinning the faith community’s support of democracy.
The incoming Biden administration has stated its commitment to advancing LGBTQ equality, which will require undoing the harms caused during the last four years and by generations of discrimination, as well as proactively championing a progressive agenda.
A study of recent news articles across national and local media outlets reveals that media coverage of LGBTQ rights more often cites religiously identified sources who oppose LGBTQ equality than those who support it.
Working with diverse religious communities will be key as the Biden administration seeks to advance progressive public policy priorities and true religious liberty.
This video from faith leaders explains four concrete, nonpartisan ways that religious communities can support the 2020 election.
People of faith have suffered under the Trump administration’s attacks on civil rights, religious freedom, and health and economic well-being.
Each of these leaders is working to ensure that their faith communities participate in U.S. democracy.
Faith communities must safely reopen houses of worship based on evidence—not politics.
Here are some of the Faith and Progressive Policy Initiative's coronavirus-related resources.