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12 Black Interfaith Leaders That Shaped America

The following list of Black Americans, including Pauli Murray, all have showcased the “illimitable heights” (another insightful line from Murray) America can reach when we demand justice, life, and liberty for all.  

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Living in Courage on this Trans Buddhist Path

"Each of our existences interconnects. Buddhism calls me to see clearly into the nature of suffering, and to transform that suffering so that living, for each of us, can be a source of home and refuge."

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Home is Here . . . for now

"The Supreme Court victory on DACA was nothing short of a miracle in that sense. We can take a moment to breathe and celebrate this win, but the struggle continues for a permanent solution. Thankfully, God is still working."

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Ps. 139: Dean Thurman and Reb Zalman

Rabbi Or Rose introduces an audio recording of Rev. Howard Thurman, the renowned theologian, educator, and preacher, reciting and speaking about his love for Psalm 139.

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What Public Universities Can Do About Religion

Public higher education has an important role in this national moment. This report shares promising practices for colleges and universities nurturing a culture of civic religious pluralism and strengthening our diverse democracy.

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12 Black Interfaith Leaders That Shaped America
Living in Courage on this Trans Buddhist Path
Home is Here . . . for now
Ps. 139: Dean Thurman and Reb Zalman
What Public Universities Can Do About Religion

INTERFAITH AMERICA

Rabbi Ari Hart
video - June 19, 2020
"It's amazing what happens when talented people with huge hearts unleash their energy onto something like this." Join Rev. James T. Meeks, Pastor Chris Harris, Rabbi Michael Siegel, and Rabbi Ari Hart in conversation.
Brian Anderson
article - June 19, 2020
"I’m not a scriptural scholar, but the reason this parable is so central to my faith and spiritual journey is because throughout my life, I have been all three characters in the parable, sometimes in the same day....the younger son, the elder son, the father."
Multiple Authors
article - June 19, 2020
The IFYC team & network share how they will honor Juneteenth. We hope that however you observe this day - whether in celebration, protest, artistic creation or rest - that it will be in honor of the ongoing liberation of Black lives and, in James Bal
Multiple Contributors
video - June 18, 2020
Valarie & Rainn joined us to discuss Revolutionary Love - 'a social ethic that mandates just relations in both the personal and systemic ways, and ways that point towards actions of solidarity with Black lives in this birthing moment.'
Rabbi Brad Hirschfield
video - June 18, 2020
Rabbi Brad Hirschfield offers a powerful teaching on Psalm 133.
Simran Jeet Singh
article - June 17, 2020
I read this psalm for the first time while marchers walked by my apartment building, shouting the same words that have been echoing throughout my city: “No Justice. No Peace.”
Michael Knopf & Corey D.B. Walker
article - June 16, 2020
The signs are ubiquitous. Liberty trail. Slave trail. Museum of the Confederacy. Virginia Holocaust Museum. Gilpin Court. Ginter Park. The contradictions of community are the substance of everyday life in our city.
Paul Raushenbush
article - June 16, 2020
Paul Raushenbush highlights the historic importance of the Supreme Court's law to protect LGBT workers from discrimination: "My prayer is that the law and religion can come alive at this moment, reaching for the Truth that we are all created equal."
Eboo Patel
article - June 16, 2020
"Our nation is in transition, a demographic transition...as we become a majority people of color country. I want to be part of that...In the idea of revolutionary love, I feel as if I’ve found my song, and I’ll be singing it until I’m an old woman.”

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