We understand that race, sex, and gender are intimately intertwined due to histories of colonization by way of Christian fundamentalism here in the United States and around the world. Read More >>
We understand fundamentalism to be the ideology that insists that unequal access to resources and self-determination is inevitable, inherent, necessary, and righteous.
We commit to solidarity with and the leadership of the people who are most affected.
In the spirit of James Baldwin, we resist assimiliation and conformity. We do not seek to achieve access to a house that is burning. Instead, we work to question, challenge, dismantle, and transform the structures and systems that are built upon fundamentalism and oppression.
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