3 ways to deepen your activism this September
Check out these workshops to support your work for social change
Changing systems, changing ourselves
Anti-racist practice for sanctuary, accompaniment, and resistance
Do you want to join a community of people of faith and conscience committed to taking action as well as practicing reflection? Are you seeking ways to offer grounded solidarity that don't reproduce oppressive practices? Sign up for our four-session e-course for groups to explore, reflect, and act for social change.
Practical skills in three streams: ICE/court accompaniment, congregational sanctuary, and immigration detention/prison visitation.
Preparing for 2020: Advocating for rights, justice, and freedom in Palestine and Israel
In presidential election years like this one, we have new opportunities for grassroots advocacy on issues that matter to us, including town hall meetings, primary caucuses, and party conventions.
Join our gathering with other activists, organizers, and policy experts as we explore ways to engage in effective advocacy in 2020 for justice in Palestine.
For teachers: Countering Islamophobia in classrooms and schools
Educators for social justice have a responsibility to actively confront and dismantle Islamophobia in schools.
Join this interactive webinar on our new 6-12th grade curriculum, which is aligned to Common Core standards. The curriculum will help students understand the roots of Islamophobia, unpack dominant narratives around Islam, and develop skills to speak out against anti-Muslim racism.