About our New Identity

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Our new logo is the most apparent, but by no means the only aspect of our new identity. In this changing political climate, we’ve taken a careful look at how we represent ourselves in the world and have re-branded to align ourselves more closely with our day-to-day work– protecting faith and freedom. So we’ve sharpened our message and our image to better reflect this mission.

Protecting Faith and Freedom
The Interfaith Alliance is equally committed to protecting the integrity of both religion and democracy in America. We champion religious freedom by respecting individual rights, promoting policies that protect both religion and democracy and uniting diverse voices to challenge extremism and build common ground.

The Circle Mosaic Logo
circle_mosaic.jpgThe circle mosaic logo was introduced in May of 2008 as a way to better visually represent the vibrant community and cultural differences that make the Interfaith Alliance what it is. The circle is a universal symbol of unity. The mosaic speaks to our desire to bring people from diverse backgrounds together to protect religious liberty and the boundaries between religion and government.

A Note on the old Interfaith Alliance Flame Logo

tia_flame.jpgAs we make this transition to our new identity, it is likely that you will continue to see the old Interfaith Alliance flame on some materials. In effort to be both environmentally and fiscally responsible, we will use up our stock of printed materials before printing new ones with the mosaic circle.