At a time in American history when technology has provided more possibilities for connection, unfortunately, society seems to be more fragmented and fearful than ever.
In the coming years, will religion be something that brings us together or drives us apart? What misconceptions do each of us hold about another person’s faith that make us afraid? A new campaign called, “Know Your Neighbor,” seeks to help us realize that our differences make us more interesting, not less. Getting to know our neighbors, whether they are people of a different faith, or of no faith, is a critical but joyful challenge for all Americans.