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USA Today: Evangelical, Muslim, Jewish. It’s time we all renew our commitment to religious freedom.

By ACProject / December 7, 2018

USA Today: Evangelical, Muslim, Jewish. It’s time we all renew our commitment to religious freedom. Oliver Thomas and Charles C. Haynes, Opinion contributors | Published 8:00 a.m. ET Nov. 29, 2018   Religious freedom can be a divisive issue, but it’s important. My group is renewing our commitment to the First Amendment, by signing this charter. In the turbulent 1960s, John Courtney Murray famously reminded Americans that the Constitution begins with “we the, people,” not “we, […]

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Diverse Coalition Signs and Releases New Charter on Freedom of Religion and Conscience

By Lisa Sabin-Wilson / November 29, 2018

Press Release Diverse Coalition Signs and Releases New Charter on Freedom of Religion and Conscience   11/29/2018 Washington, D.C. (American Charter Project) — In the National Archives Rotunda where America’s founding documents are displayed, a courageous gathering of the nation’s leaders will stand against polarization and divisions and reaffirm America’s religious pluralism and commitment to freedom of religion and conscience for all. The signing ceremony will include two dozen of the 75 diverse original signers of the American Charter of […]

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