Interfaith Alliance of Iowa has worked since our inception to challenge hate, bigotry, and violence. More recently, our country has seen a significant increase in extremists, including white supremacists and Christian Nationalists, with their messages of hate and actions of violence. People across the country and in Iowa have been targeted because of their religion, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, and country of origin.
Interfaith Alliance of Iowa has stood up and spoken out against these actions of hate and violence throughout our organization’s history empowering advocates to speak out and calling out hate publicly through the media and organizing or promoting petitions, rallies, and vigils.
Faithful Voices for Racial Justice, a project of Interfaith Alliance of Iowa, was created to start conversations, promote learning, work together, and take action to address racism and systemic racial injustices.
With the urgency and energy in this moment of our nation’s history, faith communities across Iowa are committed to engaging in addressing racism and engaging in antiracism and racial justice work. We do this with:
Faithful Voices for Racial Justice is a project of Interfaith Alliance of Iowa. If you would like more information or would like to join the work, please contact Connie Ryan.