Our communities are enriched by religious and cultural diversity.
The First Amendment protects the right to believe as we choose, without fear of discrimination or harm. But over the course of our history, the promise of religious freedom has often fallen short of its practice. Through policy research, public education, grassroots organizing, and advocacy on Capitol Hill, Interfaith Alliance leverages our unique perspective and expertise to advance policies that protect people of all faiths and philosophies and ensure that we all receive equal treatment under law.
By working together across difference, we can build a brighter future for all.
Across issue areas, we strive to shift how religion often figures into federal policy discussions – away from the public perception that people of faith uniformly share a particular worldview or vote a certain way and toward an inclusive, forward-thinking vision of religious freedom. Learn more about our work in the 117th Congress (pdf).