Unfinished Lives

Remembering LGBT Hate Crime Victims

Unfinished Lives thanks the HRC’s Religion and Faith Program


The Unfinished Lives Project offers our sincere appreciation to the Human Rights Campaign’s Religion and Faith Program for highlighting our work in this week’s e-mail edition of “Religion and Faith News.”

The Human Rights Campaign’s Religion and Faith Program mobilizes people of faith to advocate for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people. The program offers online preaching and devotional resources, works with state clergy coalitions to spread equality at the state and local level, and brings its affirming message to colleges and seminaries across America.

The program’s message of equality even reaches to the halls of Congress where religious leaders speak out on such critical justice issues facing the GLBT community as the Federal Marriage Amendment, Hate Crimes legislation and the Employment Non-Discrimination Act. In countless and meaningful ways, the Religion and Faith program spreads the good news that transformation is truly happening one community at a time.

The Unfinished Lives Project is proud to stand beside the Human Rights Campaign’s Religion and Faith Program, working to eliminate hate crimes and embracing “a culture of welcome, compassion, and hospitality, values that are at the heart of all our faith traditions.”


Visit the Religion and Faith Program, or its newsletter archive, to learn more about their extraordinary work.

October 24, 2008 - Posted by | Endorsements, Social Justice Advocacy

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