Pluralism Project Newsletters

Cultivating Pluralism at a Critical Time

Dear Friends, We greet you at the end of 2016, an extraordinary and critical year for the Pluralism Project and for America’s public and political commitment to pluralism. At a time when many Americans are uncertain about the strength of … Continue reading

PRESS RELEASE (March 22, 2016)

For immediate release CAMBRIDGE, MA – March 22, 2016 As religious diversity and immigration increasingly become part of the public conversation during this election year, the need for greater understanding of America’s religious landscape has become even more critical. To … Continue reading

December 16, 2015

Exciting News from the Pluralism Project Dear Friends, In the coming year, the Pluralism Project will celebrate 25 years of work on the many critical issues of religious diversity in our society. Frankly, I could never have imagined 25 years … Continue reading

December 7, 2015

Press Release: Pluralism Project and Serve2Unite Awarded Guru Nanak Interfaith Prize by Hofstra University For Immediate Release Two organizations dedicated to promoting tolerance and religious understanding through education, research and leadership training will share Hofstra University’s 2016 Guru Nanak Interfaith … Continue reading

November 25, 2014

What We Do and Why We Need Your Help Dear Friends, The encounter of commitments. Of all the ingredients necessary to build a paradigm of pluralism, the encounter of commitments is arguably the most challenging. Coming to the table with … Continue reading

October 20, 2014

In this Issue: Fourth Annual Pluralism Project Photo Contest Pluralism Project on the Road Pluralism Project Alumni Spotlight AAR Save the Date: Sunday, November 23rd—See you in San Diego! Vanderbilt University Survey Parliament of the World’s Religions Announced for 2015 … Continue reading

April 14, 2014

In this Issue: A Message From Our Director New Affiliate Case Studies 2013 Photo Contest Results Pluralism Project on the Road New @ Spotlight on a Pluralism Project Resource: Fremont, U.S.A. In the News We’re on social media – … Continue reading

December 6, 2013

22 Years, So Many Reasons: Support the Pluralism Project Today Dear Friends, In 2012, ACT! for America, one of the most vitriolic anti-Muslim organizations in the country, was the top earner on iGive, a well-known online giving website. The Southern Poverty … Continue reading

October 7, 2013

In this Issue: The Pluralism Project Launches Online Version of On Common Ground: World Religions in America Thank You for Your Feedback! It’s That Time of Year! Third Annual Pluralism Project Photo Contest Now Open! Pluralism Project Summer Internships Conclude … Continue reading