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The timely intersection of this divisive election and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has brought questions of freedom and faith into the forefront of American political discourse. As far-right groups attempt to unilaterally define what it means to be religious, Americans of faith across the political spectrum have been working to make their voices h…
 
With the election behind most of us – except perhaps for the president himself – there is no time to waste in working to heal division and forge a more just nation. Outgoing President Trump’s refusal to cooperate with the rightful transition of power only exacerbates our country’s wounds at this critical moment. On this week’s episode of State of B…
 
After an election cycle spanning nearly two years, every vote in America has been cast. And now, all we can do is wait. On this week’s episode of State of Belief, Interfaith Alliance’s weekly radio show and podcast, we will explore the state of play in the presidential race. With uniquely challenging circumstances surrounding voting this November, …
 
After a seemingly endless campaign, the 2020 general election is finally upon us. In fact, more than 75 million Americans have already made their voices heard at the ballot box. On this week’s State of Belief, Interfaith Alliance’s weekly radio program and podcast, we’ll delve into the different aspects of the election, from organizing efforts to w…
 
In the waning weeks of what has felt like an endless campaign season, millions of Americans are gearing up to vote – and many already have, as states across the country report record high turnout levels for early voting. Faith organizations of all theologies and denominations – Interfaith Alliance included – are encouraging people to exercise their…
 
Throughout the last week, the politics of reproductive health have crossed paths with both the judicial system and the presidential race. The nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court threatens our freedom to make decisions about our health rooted in our own values. And amid the hearings, some Catholic leaders are pushing back…
 
Over the past week, the nation has reckoned with what many would consider the most chaotic presidential debate on record and a dangerously ill president, as well as the untimely nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court. In shrugging off long standing democratic traditions – ones set in place to ensure our nation’s stability –…
 
Earlier this month, our nation lost a paragon of justice with the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The second woman to sit on the court, a proud Jewish American, the daughter of immigrants — she epitomized the American dream, and fought earnestly to ensure others were granted the same opportunities. This week on State of Belief, Interfaith A…
 
On Friday, yet another loss was added to the seemingly-endless list of this endless year: the death of religious liberty and women’s rights champion Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. This opens the door to unspeakable hypocrisy in some political circles; we’ll address that next week. This week we grieve the loss of a judicial giant, ironic…
 
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