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To dismantle religious bias and bigotry, ICJS builds learning communities where religious difference becomes a powerful force for good.

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Understand today’s Christian Nationalism movement

Uncover the goals of the Christian movement that is a threat to the American values of democracy and pluralism. Through podcasts, articles, courses, and videos, Matthew D. Taylor shares his research and storytelling.

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Taylor’s podcast is in one sense the untold story of the January 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol. But it’s so much more than that as well. I can’t think of a work of research and story-telling over the past year that is as important as this one.

Jon Ward

Chief National Correspondent for Yahoo News

The ICJS Justice Leaders Fellowship

The ICJS Justice Leaders Fellowship is a 10-month intensive program for local community, nonprofit, and civic leaders to study and dialogue together. The fellowship draws on the rich resources of diverse religious traditions to inform and inspire a more just Baltimore and to discover how religious pluralism is key to a democratic society.

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“In my late 20s I didn’t think it was possible to be gay and Jewish, ” says Marc Wernick, Justice Leader Fellow alum and a a member of Faith Communities of Baltimore with Pride.