Mobilizing Against Antisemitism
In recent years, we have witnessed a steady rise in anti-Jewish hate crimes and incidents, as well as an increase in alarming rhetoric. It is critical that we mobilize as people of diverse faiths and beliefs to understand antisemitism and express solidarity with our Jewish friends, family members, neighbors, and fellow congregants.
We urge you to join Interfaith Alliance and our partners in pushing back against antisemitism to build safer, more inclusive communities.
All of us can do our part to challenge antisemitism and push back on hate.
To protect our friends and neighbors, we must join together across lines of difference to dismantle the machinery that generates fear and divides people against one another. We should never hesitate to call out those who seek to harm members of other faith (or non-faith) communities. All of us can do our part to challenge antisemitism and push back on hate.
Click here to download and print our antisemitism resource.
Combating Hate from the Grassroots to the Grasstops
Interfaith Alliance works on the local, state, and national levels to advocate for policies that protect people of all faiths and of none. Join the movement to stay up to date on Interfaith Alliance’s work.
Partnering Against Hate
For those new to grassroots work, it can be difficult to know where to begin. Partnering Against Hate, a project of Interfaith Alliance, is designed to help guide groups and individuals who want to do more to make their communities safer and more inclusive.
Challenging Christian Nationalism
The Christian nationalism of our current moment draws on centuries of exclusionary rhetoric and violence. We refuse to cede ground to activists who would privilege certain Christians above all other Americans. Learn more about this growing movement and how you can push back.
Join us for #Faith4Pride
LGBTQ+ rights are under attack, and faith communities are ready to fight back. Organize a #Faith4Pride event and join the moral chorus. Together, we can fight back against the extremist forces that would harm our LGBTQ+ family, friends, and neighbors.