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Equal Rights for All: #Faith4ERA Campaign

We are all created in God’s image, equal in dignity and worth, but we are not all granted equal rights in the United States.

The U.S. is among a small minority of countries worldwide that does not explicitly protect women’s rights in its constitution. Despite widespread patterns of sexual and domestic violence, workplace harassment, pregnancy and pay discrimination—and other gender-based injustices—our nation has yet to recognize women as equal citizens in our founding document.

The Equal Rights Amendment is a basic human rights reform that would ensure full equality for women and LGBTQ+ citizens. A large majority of Americans support it, and most mistakenly believe that gender and sex equality are already part of our constitution. Recent heightened attacks on the rights of women and LGBTQ+ Americans demonstrate with renewed urgency the need for the ERA.

Learn more about Justice Revival’s #Faith4ERA campaign and see how you can get involved in the fight for constitutional equality.

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Christians Against Christian Nationalism

Defend the sanctity of our faith and the integrity of our democracy by rejecting the harmful ideology of white Christian nationalism.

Christian nationalism is a political ideology that merges Christian and white American identities, distorting both our faith and democracy. It positions the State as beyond reproach and dangerously discourages dissent, which is a vital democratic form of free speech and a way of confronting human rights violations and other injustices. Christian nationalism has led to very real bigotry, threats, and violence in the name of our faith.

The U.S. Constitution protects people regardless of religious affiliation, yet Christian nationalism ignores this principle and risks damaging essential protections for religious freedom.

Justice Revival proudly supports the grassroots Christians Against Christian Nationalism movement. Head to their website to learn more about this issue and sign on to this statement to show your support.

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The Abolition of the Death Penalty

The United States persists in using lethal capital punishment, despite evidence that it is inhumane, racially biased, and ineffective in truly addressing crime.

At least 144 countries have abolished the death penalty or put a moratorium on its use. Many have signed a treaty committing to eliminate the death penalty, but the U.S. has not. Scripture teaches that God’s love confers dignity and worth on all human beings, and that no one is beyond redemption. Yet a 2021 Pew Research Center poll revealed that Christians in the U.S. were more likely to support capital punishment than their agnostic and atheist counterparts.

Christian support of this cruel punishment must end if we are to truly live in to the Gospel’s call to love, justice, and mercy, and if the U.S. is to join our international peers in abolishing this archaic practice. For the human right to life to mean anything, it must mean that the powerful hand of the state is restrained from striking down one of its own—an image bearer of a merciful God—in the name of justice.

Check out Death Penalty Action to learn more about this issue and how you can advocate for justice.

Defend Life ►

Defend the Right to Vote

Voting is often called “the right on which all others rest,” since it is a fundamental human right in itself as well as a vital tool to secure other rights.

The U.S. has promised to respect and protect this right in multiple international treaty agreements. However, communities of color, low-income voters, and formerly-incarcerated individuals still endure unjust obstacles to making their voices heard at the ballot box.

Since the Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act in 2013, there has been a spike in restrictive voter laws that make it harder to participate in our democracy. At this critical time in our nation, people of faith must speak up and defend the sacred right to vote.

Take action today by advocating for the Freedom to Vote Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act. You can also get involved with Interfaith America’s Vote Is Sacred campaign.

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