Protecting religious freedom, on and offline.
Hate and harassment are urgent threats to religious freedom for religious minorities and secular communities. The rise of social media platforms has enabled people of all faiths and none to find new opportunities to build community and connection online. But we’ve also seen new challenges emerge, as bad actors have broader tools to sow division and inspire fear.
As a growing number of Americans find community online, many encounter the same, or increased vitriol in digital spaces as they do in person. Now is the moment for all of us to be educated on the intersection of social media platforms, the industry that runs them, and our government’s responsibility to protect the promise of an inclusive vision of religious freedom for all, on and offline.
Taking Charge of Our Online Lives
Religion and Technology
Watch Interfaith Alliance President Rev. Paul Brandeis Raushenbush’s discussion with the Council on Foreign Relations on the meeting of religion and digital culture.
We Want to Equip Your Community to Combat Online Hate
Interfaith Alliance offers trainings to educate your communities on online hate. Reach out to email@example.com for more information.
Content Moderation on Twitter
Read Interfaith Alliance Advocacy Associate Riya Kohli’s Op-Ed on Elon Musk’s Twitter and the threat it poses to religious freedom.