Rabbi Jack Moline is president of Interfaith Alliance in Washington, D.C., as well as an adjunct faculty member of the Jewish Theological Seminary and the Virginia Theological Seminary. He’s spent much of his career creating common ground between people of diverse religious and secular backgrounds and speaks out often on religious freedom issues and faith-related policies.
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President Donald Trump has undone or renegotiated many of his predecessor’s environmentally friendly policies, removing climate change research from government websites and pulling out of the Paris climate agreement. Religiously inspired environmental activists have emerged as some of his loudest critics.
Global Interfaith Network for People of All Sexes, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Expression
The Global Interfaith Network for People of All Sexes, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Expression, based in South Africa, aims to promote interfaith dialogue and to strengthen LGBTI voices within religious institutions and structures. The network provides resources, training and collective programs to help individuals and organizations engage in meaningful, constructive dialogue with religious leaders and […]
Is there something intrinsically spiritual or religious in motherhood? In the feminine? How might this be a bridge between different faiths?
Onleilove (pronounced “only love”) Alston is the executive director at Faith in New York, a coalition of 70 congregations in New York City. She is a social justice activist and an expert on black lives in the Bible. She recently participated in a panel sponsored by PICO National Network about the black church and the […]
Rabbi Mychal Copeland is the Director of InterfaithFamily/Bay Area. She has worked in the University of California, Los Angeles, and Stanford University Hillels over the past 13 years.
Joyce S. Dubensky is CEO of the Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding, a New York City-based secular nonprofit that promotes interfaith work and religious respect.
Yehezkel Landau is an associate professor of interfaith relations at Hartford Seminary in Hartford, Conn., where he coordinated Building Abrahamic Partnerships, an interfaith training program for Jews, Christians and Muslims. Today, he is the founder of Landau Interfaith, where he consults with communities, organizations and groups on Jewish, Christian and Muslim relations.