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Texas Faith Network
established 1995, the Texas Faith Network (a project of the Texas Freedom Network Education Fund) is a statewide group of more than 600 mainstream religious leaders united in their support of religious freedom, civil liberties and strong public education.
Austin, Texas. USA
seek to promote the positive role of religion in public life through advocacy and community education
advances a mainstream agenda of religious freedom and individual liberties to counter the religious right.
involving religious leaders in the political process at the Texas Legislature and State Board of Education; working with the media to ensure that the religious right is not the only representative of people of faith in the news; organizing and publicizing clergy statements on important political issues of the day; and training people of faith to speak with an effective religious voice on issues facing our communities
based in Austin, the Texas Freedom Network acts as the state’s watchdog, monitoring far-right issues, organizations, money and leaders. The organization has been instrumental in defeating initiatives backed by the religious right in Texas, including private school vouchers and textbook censorship at the Texas State Board of Education.
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Social issues activism, open letters, educational fund. The Texas Freedom Network Education Fund, created in 1996, supports research and education efforts that promote religious freedom and individual liberties. The TFN Education Fund is widely recognized as an influential think tank on a number of critical social policy issues. Our growing library of original research has become invaluable to policy-makers on a wide range of church-state and education issues, such as the faith-based initiative, public school Bible courses and sex education.
P.O. Box 1624, Austin, Texas 78767