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Where We Organize

We are the largest grassroots, global faith-based organizing network. The nonpartisan organization works with 1,000 congregations in more than 200 cities and towns through its 46 local and state federations as well as in Haiti, Central America, Africa, and Northern Europe.

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Our Issue Areas

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Immigrant Justice

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Voting Rights & Democracy

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Faith Based Organizing

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Our Stories

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How 23 Faith Leaders Got Arrested at the Missouri Capitol
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June 14, 2023

Why Fighting For Justice in Missouri is This Reverend’s Calling
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Faith leaders across Missouri are offering prayers and calling for action after the shooting during the Kansas City Chiefs’s Super Bowl celebration. 

Missouri Faith Voices, the Missouri federation of Faith in Action, and the Concerned Clergy Coalition of Kansas City, in collaboration with the Center for Trauma Informed Innovation will host a virtual trauma-informed care training on Thursday, February 22 at 10:30 a.m. as an initial response to the shooting. 

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Yesterday the New York City Council voted in favor of overriding New York Mayor Eric Adams’ veto of the How Many Stops Act, a law which now requires police to document every encounter with New Yorkers, including low-level stops police classify as non-criminal encounters. It’s to make sure that minorities are not unfairly targeted.

@faithinnewyork and many clergy and faith leaders have been at the forefront of making sure this bill comes to law in hopes of decreasing the lack of documentation that comes with police interactions including unlawful stops and bias towards minority communities.

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