US CHAPTER of the
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION for RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
 

IARF US CHAPTER MISSION STATEMENT

The U.S. Chapter of the International Association for Religious Freedom (IARF) brings more than a century of experience working for inter-religious amity and justice towards a sustainable and peaceful world. By working collaboratively with diverse faith groups and individuals of conscience in the United States, we promote and nurture inter-religious communication and understanding. We build relationships across the globe by working in collaboration with our parent organization, IARF International. 

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Our US Board

Board members live across the US and meet by video conference.

Betsy Darr

Chair

Retired religious educator with long interest in multi-faith encounters.

Dr. Janice Marie Johnson

New York

Committed to making multiculturalism real, her maxim is "Let us build together."

Stephen Schwichow

San Francisco

For Stephen, it is all about accepting each other because of, not in spite of, our differences.

John L. Young

San Francisco

Retired minister with deep interest in non-violence, and former chair of this chapter.

Julia Zubiago

Somerville, MA

Recently received an MPH from Tufts, interested in the junction of religion and health. 

Advisors

Doris Hunter

Celine Ibrahim
Ahbi Janamanchi
Roy Kaplan
Bruce Knotts
Kathy Matsui
Nyla McCulloch
Peter Richardson

Join the US Chapter

Dues are $30 each year
or, $50 for a household
or, $10 for a student.
Donations beyond our modest dues are very welcome.
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