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Promotes dialogue & understanding among people from all religions and none through First Amendment education. Check out:
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“Teaching about Religion in the Social Studies Classroom,” provides advice, recommendations and resources to help social studies educators know what to teach about religion and how to do it. Learn more about this book at:
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Don't miss “When Islam Is Not a Religion: Inside America’s Fight for Religious Freedom." On 9/10, & will host a public conversation w/ author & attorney w/ 's , , & .
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Our mission at the Religious Freedom Center is to educate the public about religion, law & civic engagement so that our communities are equipped to protect the rights of people of all religious traditions & none. Learn about our programs:
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ReligiousFreedomCntr Aug 15
Calling all seminarians! Enroll in our week-long course REL 700 African Americans & . Earn graduate credit while you examine the complex politics of race & religion in America. Registration begins 9/1. Learn more:
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ReligiousFreedomCntr Aug 14
Educators save time & money: offers FREE online professional development! Each 1-hour module includes readings, videos and/or podcasts, interactive games, surveys, learning resources & an online discussion forum. Learn more & sign-up today:
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ReligiousFreedomCntr Aug 14
On 9/6, join us for film screening & panel discussion. Panelists include , , , & Emmy-award filmmakers Catherine & Jeanine Butler. Moderator: @iamdrsujay. . RSVP required. Learn more:
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ReligiousFreedomCntr Aug 14
DYK: offers media & civic literacy training? Learn more about our partnership with & the Public Scholars Project. This joint initiative equips scholars of using webinars to effectively communicate in the public sphere.
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ReligiousFreedomCntr Aug 13
“When Islam Is Not a Religion” looks at how faith in America is being secularized and politicized and the repercussions this has on debates about and diversity. On 9/10 join us w/ to meet author & attorney . RSVP:
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ReligiousFreedomCntr Aug 13
Don't miss “When Islam Is Not a Religion: Inside America’s Fight for Religious Freedom." On 9/10, & will host a public conversation w/ author & attorney w/ 's , , & .
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ReligiousFreedomCntr Aug 13
“Teaching about Religion in the Social Studies Classroom,” provides advice, recommendations and resources to help social studies educators know what to teach about religion and how to do it. Learn more about this book at:
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ReligiousFreedomCntr Aug 12
Our mission at the Religious Freedom Center is to educate the public about religion, law & civic engagement so that our communities are equipped to protect the rights of people of all religious traditions & none. Learn about our programs:
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ReligiousFreedomCntr Aug 11
In our series, we asked scholars, practitioners & community leaders: What are the most pressing issues facing African Americans today? Watch Pres. & CEO of Reach Beyond Solutions 's response. Visit
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ReligiousFreedomCntr Aug 10
On 9/6, join us for film screening & panel discussion. Panelists include , , , & Emmy-award filmmakers Catherine & Jeanine Butler. Moderator: @iamdrsujay. . RSVP required. Learn more:
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ReligiousFreedomCntr Aug 10
In our series, we asked scholars, practitioners & community leaders: What does mean to you and why is it important? Watch pastor Rev. 's response. Learn more:
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ReligiousFreedomCntr Aug 10
Calling all seminarians! Enroll in our week-long course REL 700 African Americans & . Earn graduate credit while you examine the complex politics of race & religion in America. Registration begins 9/1. Learn more:
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ReligiousFreedomCntr Aug 9
Don't miss “When Islam Is Not a Religion: Inside America’s Fight for Religious Freedom." On 9/10, & will host this public conversation w/ author & attorney along w/ 's , & . RSVP
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Jepson School Aug 9
"We face the urgent task of broadening rather than narrowing our understanding of religious freedom," writes visiting prof via . Walker teaches at the and the .
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ReligiousFreedomCntr Aug 9
Educators save time & money: offers FREE online professional development! Each 1-hour module includes readings, videos and/or podcasts, interactive games, surveys, learning resources & an online discussion forum. Learn more & sign-up today:
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ReligiousFreedomCntr Aug 9
What happens when a government bars schoolteachers, police officers, judges and other public employees from wearing religious symbols? RFC Senior Scholar writes about Quebec's Bill 21 and its connections with current American discourse.
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Americans United Aug 8
Its simple: Do. No. Harm. is critical – it restores RFRA to its original intent to protect religious freedom. BUT (and here’s the really important part) does so while ensuring that religious freedom can never be used to harm others.
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