How Faith Communities Fuel Social Movements
Faith communities have often been at the epicenter of social change throughout history. With a number of visible social movements taking place today, this study provides an unbiased, deep-dive into the role of faith communities in efforts for New Sanctuary (immigration rights), Black Lives Matter, and the 2016 election of President Trump. The study offers lessons from each campaign, in an effort to help advocates for climate solutions understand the role of faith and how to effectively engage and partner with faith communities.
How Faith Communities Fuel Social Movements looks at the tactics, strategies, methods, messaging, and the role of faith communities in propelling social movements forward.
Please join us on December 4th at 3pm ET/12 noon PT, for a 45-minute webinar to learn more about the report and hear the frontline experience of New Sanctuary leader, Alaide Vilchis Ibarra, Network Organizer, AMMPARO Program at the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) and Executive Director of Oregon Interfaith Movement for Immigrant Justice. We highly encourage you to register and share this invitation with your networks.