SCOTUS Affirms District Court Ruling, Requiring Alabama to Redraw District Maps

Darcy Hirsh, senior director of policy and advocacy at Interfaith Alliance, released the following statement: “Today’s ruling reaffirms the landmark Voting Rights Act and honors the hard-fought right to vote. As the late Rep. John Lewis reminds us: ‘The vote is precious. It is almost sacred.’ As an organization working to achieve a pluralistic vision of religious freedom and an inclusive democracy, we are steadfast in our commitment to oppose any effort to deny voter access.”

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Interview with Paul Raushenbush

Interfaith Alliance’s President Paul Raushenbush joined the Good Faith Weekly Podcast to discuss his vision for the future of the organization. Listen to the full episode here.

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Faith Responses to SCOTUS ‘Kennedy’ Decision

“Public schools should be open and welcoming to all, regardless of background or belief. And since 1962, the Supreme Court has consistently recognized that school prayer is coercive, undermining the religious freedom rights of students who feel pressured to participate. Yet today’s decision dismantles decades of progress,” said Katy Joseph, director of policy and advocacy at Interfaith Alliance.

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