Profile Of Auburn Senior Fellows Appears In The Washington Post

(Auburn’s Senior Fellows were written up in The Washington Post by reporter Julie Zauzmer

When Linda Sarsour got involved in planning a massive Women’s March for the day after President Trump’s inauguration, she needed dozens of speakers to give brief remarks onstage. Sarsour, a Muslim activist, quickly found diverse and willing participants of faith, including a rabbi from California, a nun who travels the country.

All were women she had last seen in November at a gathering of a new network of eminent religious leaders. This little-known group — which includes 18 members, all of them prominent in religious organizations and highly active in national politics — is quietly seeking to bring together a “Religious Left” to counterbalance the decades-old Religious Right by supporting liberal politics with the imprimatur of faith.

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