Supreme Court justices serve for a lifetime, making these nominations among the most important decisions a president will face. Interfaith Alliance fights to ensure that each prospective justice undergoes a thorough and timely vetting process and, if confirmed, will respect the inherent rights of all Americans.
Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson
Justice Jackson was sworn in as the 116th Associate Justice of the Supreme Court on June 30th, 2022. Interfaith Alliance celebrates this important moment and looks forward to witnessing her impact on the Court as the first Black woman justice and as a judge with impeccable credentials.
Justice Amy Coney Barrett
On September 26, 2020, President Trump nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. A close examination of her record raises grave concerns about her commitment to protecting freedom of belief for all Americans. We therefore opposed her nomination to the Supreme Court, a first for Interfaith Alliance. Here’s why we took this step.
Justice Brett Kavanaugh
Justice Brett Kavanaugh was nominated to the Supreme Court by President Trump on July 9, 2018. During his tenure on the D.C. Circuit, Justice Kavanaugh had few chances to weigh in on matters of religious freedom, leaving us concerned about his views on key issues. But a deeply fraught nomination process led us to the unprecedented step of calling on Justice Kavanaugh to remove himself from consideration. How we reached this decision.