Faith-Based Programs

Prior to the creation of "charitable chioce" in the 1990s and the faith-based initiatives of the Bush Administration, the constitutional rights of taxpayers and social service recipients were protected because entities receiving federal financial assistance had to abide by employment non-discrimination laws and constitutional religious liberty protections. The Secular Coalition for America opposes providing social service funding directly to religious organizations, seeing this practice as a clear violation of the separation of church and state.

Secular Coalition for America's Prepared Remarks to White House Officials

Presented to the Obama Administration

February 26, 2010

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Surviving the Faith-based Medical Neglect of My Childhood: An Ex-Christian Scientist’s Story

By Liz Heywood (Presented by SCA Legislative Director Sasha Bartolf)

The last day of my childhood was Saturday, November 22, 1975. I was thirteen years old.  Read more »

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Sean Faircloth briefing to White House Officials on Faith-Based Initiatives

Sean FairclothTestimony to the Obama Administration, February 26, 2010

Presented by Sean Faircloth, Executive Director of the Secular Coalition for America

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Secular Coalition for America to Meet with White House Officials on National Policy

Marking the first time in history a presidential administration has met for a policy briefing with the American nontheist community, on February 26 the Secular Coalition for America will engage with White House officials on issues of great concern to the secular movement.   Read more »
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U.S. House Members Ask President Obama to Heed Coalition Against Religious Discrimination

Five members of the U.S. House of Representatives have signed on to a letter in support of the Coalition Against Religious Discrimination (CARD), of which the Secular Coalition for America is a member, and its request that the Obama administration address the problem of religious discrimination in hiring practices by houses of worship receiving your tax dollars under the so-called "Faith-Based Initiatives" program.  Read more »

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President’s Faith-Based Initiatives Council Recommends Houses of Worship Be Required to Form Independent Corporations

Secular Coalition for America Praises Advisory Council’s Vote

The President’s Advisory Council on Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships has voted to recommend to the president that houses of worship receiving federal funds for social services be required to form separate, independent corporations, in order to curtail religious discrimination and maintain the separation between church and state.  Read more »

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Secular Coalition Responds to Pew Faith-Based Program Survey

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