Through public events, private conversations, media commentary and classes, the Center on Faith and Justice serves as a forum for students, seminarians, scholars, spiritual leaders, grassroots communities, policymakers, government officials, journalists and others committed to serving the common good.

The dangers of White Christian Nationalism

CFJ hosted an important conversation on White Christian Nationalism with Episcopal Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, Baptist Joint Committee’s Amanda Tyler and scholar Samuel Perry.

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Truth and Trauma Rep. Jamie Raskin

Just one day after burying his son, Rep. Jamie Raskin was inside the U.S. Capitol when a violent mob, seeking to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election, attacked. The Center on Faith and Justice hosted a conversation with Rep. Raskin about the investigation into the January 6 insurrection, finding hope after personal trauma, and honoring his son’s last words.

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Is America Possible?

Princeton University’s Dr. Eddie Glaude Jr. joined the Center on Faith and Justice for a deep conversation on race, religion and healing our nation’s most fraught divisions.

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Race, Religion and Voting Rights

The Center on Faith and Justice launched its public mission by hosting a forum on voting rights with Senator Reverend Raphael Warnock and Representative Terri Sewell.

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