about faith & prejudice
Faith & Prejudice is a move of God. We exist to unite the Church across races and denominations to confront and dismantle systemic racism in America. While 30% of Americans identify as Republican and 31% of Americans identify as Democrat, 65% of Americans identify as Christian, more than both major political parties combined. We believe that change won't happen in the halls of Congress until it first happens in the heart of the Church.
Thanks to the generous support of people like you, we are pleased to announce the release of the Faith & Prejudice small group curriculum, featuring conversations with many of our nation's leading civil rights advocates, theologians, activists and scholars discussing the role Christians must play to pursue justice.
Strongholds require the denial they exist to persist.
-Nona Jones, Founder
our vision & work
By 2030, Faith & Prejudice will lead a national movement of 100,000 churches to dismantle systemic racism in the United States of America as indicated by statistically significant increases in racial equity across the education, criminal justice, health and economic systems. In order to accomplish that, we build our work across five strategic pillars, highlighted below.
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