Dear friends,

We have made a historic partnership with Washington DC-based Interfaith Alliance, the national nonprofit founded in 1994 to advocate for religious freedom and pluralism. As part of our cooperative efforts, we are holding an Interfaith Advocacy Training that we hope you will be a part of.

We are honored to have The Rev. Paul Brandeis Raushenbush, an ordained Baptist Minister and President and CEO of Interfaith Alliance on board to conduct this training.

Raushenbush, a longtime leader in the interfaith movement, is the great-grandson of the first Jewish Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis and great-grandson of Baptist theologian Walter Rauschenbusch, a key figure in the Social Gospel movement.

Knowing how to craft effective messaging and get it out to the public is essential for advocates or organizations to effect change. In this training, Interfaith Alliance staff and participants will discuss the elements of compelling messaging and the different means of communicating them to the press and the public.


From clarifying your goals to sharing your story, this training also explores proven strategies for building and maintaining relationships with your state and local representatives.


We will dig into Florida-specific issues, including book bans, anti-LGBTQ+ legislation, Christian nationalism on school boards, and more. Participants will identify key opportunities for engagement during the legislative cycle, learn messaging frameworks that foster connection, and practice making the “ask” in an advocacy meeting.


Please follow this link to register for this training that's scheduled for Thursday, January 11 from 10am - 12pm EST at Unitarian Universalist Miami located at 7701 Southwest 76th Avenue Miami, FL 33143. 




Reverend Tom Capo & Jeanette Smith

Interfaith Clergy Dialogue co-chairs 




Matt Anderson

Executive Director

Mosaic Miami


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