Freedom of Religion

Back to School — And Religion Is on the Syllabus?

Books

It may surprise some, but a significant majority of Americans — including public school teachers — say yes.
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Can Government Contractors Refuse Workers Based on Religious Beliefs?

Office Meeting

The greatly expanded scope of the exemption means that it has the potential to bolster one aspect of religious freedom (for some) while undermining another.
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Are Religious People Really Ignorant About Religion?

People Praying

The answer to that question depends entirely on what we think it means to know about religion.
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When Is a Religious Symbol Not a Religious Symbol?

Religions

The Supreme Court case that explores whether courts or government agencies are competent to adjudicate what is religious and what is not.
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Lessons from Brooklyn

America, Flag, U.S.

To have equity for people of all religions and none, we must guarantee fair treatment, access, opportunity and advancement for all — not just for the people who look like us and believe the same things we do.
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Religious Freedom Center Receives $500,000 Pledge

Klingenstein, RFC, Religious Freedom Center

The pledge from the Andrew and Julie Klingenstein Family Fund advances the Center’s critical work on religious liberty issues.
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