Ours is not a lone voice. We collaborate with organizations far and wide who are working to spread the importance of religious freedom and separation of church and state. A few of these include:
The Visitors Center, Exhibit Hall and website celebrate America’s guaranteed right of religious freedom and the clear separation of church and state.
The Touro Foundation sponsors an educational lecture series and holds an annual public reading of the George Washington letter to the Newport Jewish Congregation as a celebration and pronouncement of religious freedom. The synagogue remains an active house of worship and is also toured by thousands of visitors every year.
The Bill of Rights Institute educates young people about the words and ideas of America’s founders, the liberties guaranteed in our founding documents, and how our founding principles continue to affect and shape a free society.
The visitor center and informational programs of the First Freedom Center commemorate and educate the public about freedom of religion and conscience as proclaimed in Thomas Jefferson’s Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom.
Facing History and Ourselves provides ideas, methods, and tools that support the practical needs, and the spirits, of educators worldwide who share the goal of creating a better, more informed, and more thoughtful society.
The Ashbrook Center, an independent center at Ashland University, restores and strengthens the capacities of the American people for constitutional self-government.
The Aspen Institute’s Inclusive America Project is a high-level nonpartisan project focusing on five key sectors: youth development organizations, higher education, media, religiously affiliated organizations, and government agencies.
A place for educators to find thought-provoking news, conversation and support for those who care about diversity, equal opportunity and respect for differences in schools.
RavelUnravel is a multimedia exploration of the tapestry of spiritual and religious identities that make up our communities and world.
Coexist works in communities with a history of conflict to repair the divide caused by prejudice, hate and violence. It creates opportunities for people to work and learn together to help build relationships, knowledge and common purpose to advance coexistence.
Based on the popular 1950s radio series of the same name hosted by Edward R. Murrow, This I Believe is an international organization engaging people in writing and sharing essays describing the core values that guide their daily lives.