Coalition for Liberty & Justice to Host Forum on Religious Freedom February 7

January 14, 2014

Note: the Coalition for Liberty & Justice is one of several coalitions to the Center for Inquiry belongs. CFI Office of Public Policy Director Michael De Dora will be one of the many speakers at this forum.

As 2014 begins, religious freedom is once again front and center in political debates. On February 7 in Washington, D.C., the Coalition for Liberty & Justice will convene a day-long forum with experts in women’s rights, LGBT rights, religion and legal and constitutional scholarship. The participants will discuss real religious liberty and lay the groundwork for a path that protects justice and equality for all. As litigation, media storms and legislative battles rage on, the Coalition for Liberty & Justice Forum will reveal the truth about religious freedom, present the case for protecting it and expose the bogus arguments that would undermine it.  

Come join the fight for religious liberty, freedom and justice for all. Be inspired, educated and informed by panels featuring leading legal and political experts, religious and community leaders, grassroots organizers and advocates for religious freedom and against discrimination. Register today!

 

Coalition for Liberty & Justice Forum
Friday, February 7, 2014
9am-4:30pm

Venue will be provided to confirmed attendees. 
Space is limited - register today.

The Coalition for Liberty & Justice is a broad alliance of more than 50 faith-based, secular and other organizations that works to ensure that public policy protects the religious liberty of individuals of all faiths and no faith and to oppose public policies that impose one religious viewpoint on all. Click here to view Coalition membership. 

 

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