Tell Congress: Support LGBTQ+ Equality
Every one of us should be able to live free from discrimination. Unfortunately, Christian nationalists and their allies are waging an all-out war against our LGBTQ+ siblings, weaponizing faith as a license to discriminate. Tell your Members of Congress: Co-sponsor the Equality Act. Together, we can make our vision of an inclusive democracy a reality.
It’s past time for the faith community to show up for LGBTQ+ rights.
Every person has inherent dignity and worth, deserving equal treatment under the law. But religious freedom claims have increasingly been used to ostracize LGBTQ+ people and exclude them from public life. The Equality Act would reverse this disturbing trend by prohibiting the misuse of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) to justify discrimination.
The Faith for Equality Coalition is committed to affirming the dignity of all LGBTQ+ Americans, including many beloved members of our faith communities. The Equality Act ensures that LGBTQ+ people – including religious and non-religiously affiliated people – enjoy the same freedoms under the law as their neighbors.
Interested in joining the Faith for Equality Coalition?
Interfaith Alliance, together with Keshet and the National LGBTQ Task Force, is reconvening the Faith for Equality Coalition. Is your organization interested in joining the coalition? Email email@example.com to get connected.
From Our Partners
Equality Act Resources from Keshet
The Equality Act is proposed federal legislation that would establish non-discrimination protections for LGBTQ Americans in key areas including employment, housing, education, and public spaces. Visit Keshet’s Equality Act landing page to learn more.
LGBTQ+ Equality Resources from the National LGBTQ Task Force
LGBTQ+ people are a part of every community. Our people have distinct needs caused by intersecting manifestations of oppression. We need solutions that address these specific needs and experiences while centering the most marginalized among us.
Equality Act Resources from the Human Rights Campaign
The Equality Act would provide consistent and explicit anti-discrimination protections for LGBTQ+ people across key areas of life, including employment, housing, credit, education, public spaces and services, federally funded programs, and jury service.
Equality Act Resources from the National Council of Jewish Women
NCJW has long worked to build a country in which LGBTQ+ people can thrive, free from violence, fear, and systemic injustices. Join NCJW in urging Congress to pass the Equality Act.