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December 26, 2022   •   

The Miracle of Chanukah: Endurance In The Face of “They Are Not Like Us”

The struggle between those who rant “They are not like us“ and those who simply want to be themselves?

July 11, 2022   •   

Religious Minorities Face Growing Threat of Digital Persecution, Christian Support Group Warns

Religious minorities targeted on digital platforms face an ‘Orwellian existence’

June 19, 2022   •   

Christian Activist Appointed to U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom

David Curry, President and CEO of the Christian outreach organization Open Doors, is a new commissioner.

June 4, 2022   •   

Return of Precious Stone: Reparation to the Kaw Nation

When white settlers moved into their territory, it set in motion inequities that robbed the Kaw Nation of their lands and all but ended their existence.

May 21, 2022   •   

China’s Crackdown on Online Religions Heightens Fears of Digital Persecution

Government regulations forbid posting religious information on the internet without prior official permission.

March 3, 2022   •   

The Last Remaining Sikhs in Afghanistan Face a Grim Future

The number of Sikhs in Afghanistan has dwindled to a fraction of what it used to be in the 1970s, and members of the minority community face an uncertain future in the strife-torn nation they call home.

November 19, 2021   •   

Campaign in Support of a Pastor Jailed in Cuba for his Peaceful Protest

A human rights organization calls on people to join the campaign to secure the release of a pastor in Cuba jailed for participating in peaceful protests.

March 8, 2019   •   

Leaders Urged to Take Action to Protect Religious Liberty

A coalition of religious and civic organizations dedicated to protecting religious freedom and human rights have sent a joint letter to United Nations special rapporteurs and government officials.

April 24, 2017   •   

Armenians Demand Turkey Admits Genocide in Killing of 1.5 Million Armenians from 1915-23

Armenian communities around the world march in remembrance April 24 of the Armenian Genocide and in protest that Turkey still denies genocide in the killing by the Ottoman Empire of 1.5 million Armenians from 1915‑1923.