Our Guiding Principles

1. We believe that all people should be free to practice their faith without fear of discrimination, intimidation, or reprisal.

2. We believe that multiple religions can coexist peacefully and contribute to the common good.

3. We believe that equal justice and equal protection under the law are rights to which all people are entitled regardless of race.

4. We believe that the government of every state and of our great nation should protect those who are most vulnerable and never fail to seek justice for acts of violence perpetrated against minorities by those who claim superiority or dominance.

If you agree with these propositions and would like to make your voice heard, please consider joining us for a march on April 29.