Fulton v. Philadelphia: Religious Freedom and the New Supreme Court

This month, the Supreme Court is expected to issue a decision that could dramatically expand religious exemptions in taxpayer-funded services.

On Wednesday, June 16, Sharita Gruberg, vice president for the LGBTQ Research and Communications Project at the Center for American Progress, Mark Joseph Stern, staff writer covering courts and the law for Slate, and Weston Charles-Gallo, LGBTQ+ youth advocate joined Interfaith Alliance for a conversation about what’s at stake in Fulton v. Philadelphia for youth in foster care, LGBTQ+ people, members of religious minorities, and the nonreligious – and how the emerging doctrine of religious freedom should alarm us all.

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This conversation took place on Wednesday, June 16, 2021, via Zoom and can also be found on our Facebook page.