Interfaith Resources for Atheists, Agnostics, & Secular Humanists


In December 2015 the Know Your Neighbor campaign was launched at the White House by the Center for Inquiry, the ACLU, the Interfaith Alliance, and a diverse group of religious advocates including the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty, the Hindu American Seva Societies, Muslim Advocates, the National Council of Churches, and the Sikh Coalition. The campaign was launched to "encourage Americans to get to know people of other faiths, and of no faith."

Know Your Neighbor interfaith resources are available online:
Related News & Opinion Pieces
Deep Dives (Books, Courses, Interviews & Case Studies)
  • The Interfaith Alliance "celebrates religious freedom by championing individual rights, promoting policies that protect both religion and democracy, and uniting diverse voices to challenge extremism." NC affiliate group: Triangle Interfaith Alliance.
  • Interfaith Youth Core "believe[s] that American college students, supported by their campuses, can be the interfaith leaders needed to make religion a bridge and not a barrier."
  • Shoulder to Shoulder "is an interfaith organization dedicated to ending anti-Muslim sentiment by strengthening the voice of freedom and peace."
  • North American Interfaith Alliance "builds communication and mutual understanding among interfaith organizations and diverse religious groups throughout North America."
Footnotes:
  1. My own personal interfaith journey is documented here.
  2. Here's a nice "elevator pitch" on secular humanism for use in your interfaith dialogue. 
Secular Humanism on Pinterest

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