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Post-Election, Campuses Are Building Spaces to Heal

This sentiment of pausing to take a breath and offering support, space, and resources for people to process and heal post-election is echoed across campuses around the nation.

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Building Community in Quarantine

When you’re locked up with strangers in an old university dorm with poor Wi-Fi, you talk about religion. It’s inevitable: we had all the time in the world.

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Queering Deepavali: Traditions in the Time of COVID

As a queer and gender-fluid kid, I never felt comfortable being myself with family and found any excuse possible to avoid the performance required for me to look happy and “normal” as my mother used to say.

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Nuns & Nones Brought Gratitude to Polling Sites

The groups were deployed in Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania as a part of the national election day initiative by Nuns & Nones, which is an alliance of Catholic Sisters (Nuns) and spiritually diverse millennial women (Nones).

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Will a Biden-Harris Administration Deliver On Its Interfaith Promises?

As candidates, both Biden and Harris spoke eloquently about the importance of their own faith commitments on the campaign trail, and in their acceptance speeches.

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Post-Election, Campuses Are Building Spaces to Heal
Building Community in Quarantine
Queering Deepavali: Traditions in the Time of COVID
Nuns & Nones Brought Gratitude to Polling Sites
Will a Biden-Harris Administration Deliver On Its Interfaith Promises?

INTERFAITH AMERICA

Lyra Walsh Fuchs
article - November 11, 2020
And in New Jersey, as in New York, Illinois, Texas and many other states, volunteer chaplains —volunteers of any sort, in fact — are not allowed to remotely contact the incarcerated people they have relationships with: no phone calls, no Zooms.
Caitlin Yoshiko Kandil
article - November 11, 2020
Many Americans have been turning to religion to deal with the turmoil of the pandemic. Nearly a quarter of adults in the U.S. say their faith has become stronger as a result of COVID-19, according to a survey by the Pew Research Center.
Eboo Patel
- November 11, 2020
There is no ‘Us vs Them’ in their language, there is only ‘Us’. There is no talk of revenge, only talk of unifying. They have a bone-deep sense of the most important work ahead: to lift up marginalized voices, and bridge widening divides. 
Kanika Magee
article - November 10, 2020
"Red. Blue. White. Democrat. Republican. Independent. Socialist. South. North. West. East. Protester. Rioter. Freedom Fighter. American. Voter. What are we really trying to say?"
Jack Jenkins and Emily McFarlan Miller
article - November 10, 2020
Compared to Trump, President-elect Joe Biden will likely bring a more formal and interfaith approach to religious engagement, closer to the model forged by Bush and Obama.
Aysha Khan
article - November 10, 2020
Over the past 15 years, Muslim communities have become increasingly involved in disaster and emergency relief projects throughout the U.S., from hurricane cleanup to the West Coast wildfires.
Mark Thiessen
article - November 10, 2020
Katzeek, 77, died unexpectedly Oct. 28, according to the Juneau-based institute, an Alaska Native nonprofit that promotes Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian cultures. Worl said they understood the cause to be heart failure.
Aaron Talley
article - November 10, 2020
"...In retrospect, that switch to the New Testament forecasted the role tarot plays in my life now. Though a bleak beginning, I was discovering that spirituality was something I would have to co-create with God for myself."
Shauna Morin
article - November 10, 2020
Through IDEALS we also saw students widely embracing interfaith friendships and sustaining those relationships over time—even, in some cases, despite deep disagreements.

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