A good answer to this question starts with a commitment to protecting 30 percent of U.S. lands and oceans by 2030.
Anti-Muslim bigotry runs counter to American values and threatens national security.
People of faith are leading the nation’s social justice landscape and working to deliver on long-held values of freedom, equality, and dignity for all.
At the Paris climate talks, global leaders must heed the urgent call of multifaith activists, led by Pope Francis, for immediate action to protect all people and the planet.
ISIS is following a clear and determined strategy to provoke an anti-Muslim backlash and ignite a clash of civilizations.
Islamophobia is morally wrong and harmful to America’s security.
Conservatives who profess faith, family, and values should follow Pope Francis’ lead and support principles that actually reflect the nation’s shared values.
The recent experience of Muslim American high school student Ahmed Mohamed sheds light on the much bigger issue of Islamophobia in the United States today.
The record number of federal court judicial vacancies contradicts Pope Francis’ call for better governance and a more just society.
Americans from diverse faith traditions are responding to the threat of climate change and working to protect the environment, its inhabitants, and its resources.
Pope Francis has created an incredible moment of synergy for faith-based and environmental advocates to push for action to protect all people, as well as the planet.
Overly broad state religious freedom restoration acts, or RFRAs, threaten true religious freedom and could have far-reaching negative consequences.
Under the guise of protecting religious freedom, states across the country are opening the door to discrimination by enacting misguided laws and policies.
Religious leaders and faith-based activists are poised to make significant progress on a range of social justice issues this year.
It is important to mark the nation’s progress in achieving religious freedom for all Americans, but the United States must also note the distance it still has to go.