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Religious Liberty Should Do No Harm Report
People take part in a candlelight vigil at the Washington National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., March 2018. (Getty/Tasos Katopodis)

Religious Liberty Should Do No Harm

Policymakers should ensure that religious liberty extends to all Americans—and that it is not misused as a license to discriminate.

Emily London, Maggie Siddiqi

Welcoming All Families Report

Welcoming All Families

Religious exemptions allowing child placing agencies to discriminate against LGBTQ prospective parents will likely reduce the number of families available to adopt, further overburdening the child welfare system and harming the best interests of children in care.

Frank J. Bewkes, Shabab Ahmed Mirza, Caitlin Rooney, 3 More Laura E. Durso, Joe Kroll, Elly Wong

Addressing Challenges to Progressive Religious Liberty in North Carolina Report
Signage is shown outside of a restroom in Durham, North Carolina, on May 12, 2016. (AP/Gerry Broome)

Addressing Challenges to Progressive Religious Liberty in North Carolina

North Carolina must strike a proper balance between true religious freedom and the other cherished rights and freedoms that keep the nation’s democracy strong.

Carolyn Davis, Lauren Kokum, Claire Markham

Advancing Progressive Religious Liberty in 2016 Report
Opponents of Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act march in protest past the Indiana Statehouse on April 4, 2015. (AP/Doug McSchooler)

Advancing Progressive Religious Liberty in 2016

A hopeful, progressive understanding of religious liberty can prevent harm and discrimination while preserving the freedoms of both religious and nonreligious Americans.

Carolyn Davis

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