RFPUSA Responds to Verdicts in Chauvin Trial

“Today is an important stepping stone for racial justice in our country. We need to begin to heal our nation from its original sin of racism, and together we can and will. As people of faith we must always stand with the oppressed and struggle with them till we can...

My Cup Overflows…

My Cup Overflows… by Dr. Tarunjit Singh Butalia Executive Director, Religions for Peace USA April 18, 2021 The Sikh community celebrated one of the most important festivals of Vaisaakhi on this past Wednesday, April 14, 2021. Vaisaakhi marks the birth of Siri Guru...
John Pinter Joins RFPUSA As Development Director

John Pinter Joins RFPUSA As Development Director

Religions for Peace (RFP) USA is pleased to welcome Mr. John Pinter as our new part-time Development Director. John joins us with a good deal of both interfaith work and development experience. In his professional life, he is the part-time director of the United...

Statement Regarding Recent Anti-Asian American Rhetoric & Violence

March 17, 2021 Reports of the Atlanta shootings that left 8 people dead are appalling and of grave concern. On behalf of Religions for Peace USA, we lift up our prayers for the victims, their grieving families and the community. We condemn the tragic attack that took...

RFPUSA Statement on Mob Attack on US Capitol

Religions for Peace USA condemns the mob attack yesterday on the US Capitol in Washington, DC. We are deeply saddened by this violent attack on our democracy. We endorse and echo the statements on this matter issued by our member communities especially the National...

RFPUSA Statement on Sexual Harrassment

Based upon recent concerns surrounding sexual harassment, Religions for Peace USA (RFPUSA) wants to make it clear that sexual harassment and any form of violence against anyone, and especially against women is wrong and unacceptable.  Every person should be able to go...