Creating a world where everyone belongs, can thrive, and has a say in the decisions that shape their lives.

Faith in Action is a national community organizing network that gives people of faith the tools that they need to fight for justice and work towards a more equitable society.

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Issues

Our agenda is built upon the most critical issues of our time. We advance our work through the following vital categories:

Campaigns

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RISE + VOTE

Flipping the Formula is a year-round program that connects voter engagement to issue-based organizing to build power, sustainability and impact over multiple …

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Moral Economy

A moral economy is one that is developed with a racial equity lens, and one that permits individuals and families to thrive. …

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LIVE FREE

LIVE FREE is Faith in Action’s campaign to end gun violence and mass incarceration in the United States. Through innovative approaches that …

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Our national work is made possible through strong, local organizing. Get involved in your local federation to be a part of this movement.

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Take action nationally or in your community – sign a petition or send a letter to your representative.

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Victory Spotlight

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Binsar is Free!

After a partial victory three weeks ago when a judge told ICE to transfer Binsar to a detention center close to home, …

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Haiti Needs Your Support / Haití Necesita Su Apoyo / Ayiti bezwen sipò ou

By now you’ve heard of the devastating 7.2 magnitude earthquake that killed

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Keeping Faith Reflection from Rev. Molly Housh Gordon

For months my young children have asked for the same made up

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Keeping Faith Reflection from Rabbi Jason Rosenberg

Purim, the Jewish holiday which begins this year at sundown on February

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Keeping Faith Reflection from Rev. Michael-Ray Mathews

Last year in February, I found my third great-grandmother Delsie Faulker Harkness

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