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Faith Line Protestants

Faith Line Protestants is a web portal that seeks to encourage Evangelical Christians toward relationships with people of other worldviews and faith traditions through social action based on shared values reflected in Jesus’ example of compassionate love.

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Loving our Religious Neighbors

Loving Our Religious Neighbors (LORN) is a curriculum that enables evangelical Christian communities to build relationships with their religious neighbors through the fruit of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22-23).

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Engaging the Faithful: Coordinating Multi-Faith Partnerships to End Anti-Muslim Sentiment

Shoulder to Shoulder led a webinar on coordinating multi-faith partnerships to end anti-Muslim Sentiment on October 22, 2012.  Watch the presentations today! Acts of solidarity happen on a daily basis when people of all faiths reach across their differences to learn about our varied traditions and to address issues of common concern.  Such partnerships have transformative power.  By learning from clergy and lay leaders who are engaged daily in this work, we can coordinate efforts…

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Solidarity with Multi-Faith Partners

In the beginning of August America watched as shootings, fires and vandalism targeted American Muslims and American Sikhs.  At least six communities in one week saw acts of hate perpetrated on their places of worship. In each instance, multi-faith partners in those communities rallied to support thier neighbors with a loud cry of solidarity.  They showed strength and support to counter discrimination. In light of these tragedies, we ask: what can we as people of…

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Shoulder to Shoulder Webinar on Countering Hate

On September 23, 2014, Muslim Advocates and the Shoulder to Shoulder Campaign collaborated to lead a webinar on Countering Hate, sharing tools, resources and strategies to push back against hate in our communities and online.  Speakers included S2S Campaign Director Catherine Orsborn and Muslim Advocates Staff Attorney Madihha Ahussein.

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A History of Muslims in America: Lesson Plans and Resources from ING

This curriculum was designed by ING to supplement content standards in social studies and world history as it relates to the study of American history. The curriculum is made up of eight individual lesson plans, each of which focuses on different parts of the accompanying digital presentation, A History of Muslims in America. Each lesson includes detailed notes that describe each slide in the presentation. In addition to the notes, each lesson also features post-presentation…

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Student Asim

stu·dent [stood-nt] noun 1. a person formally engaged in learning 2. any person who studies, investigates, or examines thoughtfully 3. a person engaged in a struggle to come to know… This website includes a number of multi-media resources for promoting understanding and knowledge of the other.

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