The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) is our nation’s single most effective tool in responding to the devastating crimes of domestic violence, dating, violence, sexual assault, and stalking – providing life-saving programs and services.

This year VAWA is up for reauthorization, and we want to ensure that victims and survivors are being prioritized and protected from discrimination by faith-based organizations receiving federal funding. 

If you agree, please fill out this form to sign on to a letter opposing the codification of religious exemption language into VAWA.

 

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The Interfaith Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence is composed of 38 national faith organizations that come together to advocate for national legislation and public policies that protect all people from domestic and sexual violence, with particular concern for women and families.

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