Inclusive America Project: Engaging Religious Diversity Around the Common Good (Aspen Policy Series)

Originating in discussions at an interfaith iftar that took place in 2010 in the Washington, DC, area, the Inclusive America Project has been the Aspen Institute’s answer to rising tension along three axes: between the religious and nonreligious; between conservative evangelicals and progressive denominations of Christianity and Judaism; and between minority religions and those that are better-established in the United States. As we wrap up the four-year series of studies and reports, we will offer observations on some best-practice models drawn from communities around America and suggest ways to help build a more inclusive America starting in your hometown.

Festival: 2015

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