To dismantle religious bias and bigotry, ICJS builds learning communities where religious difference becomes a powerful force for good.
Collecting Religious Responses to COVID-19
Congregants, clergypersons, religion scholars, or any member of the public can get involved by submitting piecesreflective of the ongoing religious responses to the pandemic. Want to do MORE?Fill out the form below to learn how you can volunteer as a public historian with Preaching Goes Viral.
Much of the current religious response, such as livestreams, will not be accessible in the long-term, so now is the time to capture data from as many sources as possible! Plus, in this ongoing crisis, it’s vital to give people access to the depth and diversity of religious approaches, not only the most sensational news story or media click bait. As of the conversation with Dr. Gray on May 27, more than 3,000 religious responses to the pandemic had been collected. This is history in the making and we’d love your help in documenting it.