Faithful Internet is an interfaith project co-founded by Valarie Kaur and coordinated by the Stanford Law School Center for Internet and Society and the United Church of Christ OC, Inc. It supports a movement of faith leaders and communities to keep the Internet open for all of us — especially people of faith, educators, entrepreneurs, artists, activists, young people, and communities of color. Without an open Internet protected by Title II of the Communications Act, faith leaders cannot effectively help their communities organize politically, access healthcare, vote, start businesses, or express themselves. We need resources and support to make our voices heard. Faithful Internet is here to fill that need. Learn more and join the effort here.
Valarie Kaur founded Groundswell Movement, the nation’s largest multifaith online organizing community of 200,000+ members. Here you can start your own campaign with free online tools, training, and coaching on how to use storytelling for social change. Do you have an idea to solve a problem in your campus or community? Check it out!
“We are hungry for a movement that’s not just about a single issue or political party, but a shared moral vision for a better world. Groundswell echoes and amplifies that call for justice welling up among the secular, the seeking, and people of faith. We provide avenues for people of all faiths and walks of life to take strategic social action around shared moral imperatives.” – Valarie Kaur