Who We Are

Religious Freedom USA is a movement dedicated to protecting citizens' rights to religious freedom and choice.

We are a people-operated and community-funded organization that seeks to protect the American values of religious liberty and freedom of choice. No one should be coerced into believing or not believing a certain religion. No one should have to be fired from workplaces, bullied at schools, and suffer undue hardships solely due to their religious affiliation. 

We dream of a country where all citizens can exercise their right to practice their faith without concerns about their lives or their livelihood being endangered.

John Adams

Let the pulpit resound with the doctrine and sentiments of religious liberty. 

About Religious Freedom USA

We support individuals who are facing issues of religious discrimination by guiding them to resources, professionals, and information to protect their rights.

We also publish and inform the public on the topic of religious freedom, and educate offline and online regarding the current issues of discrimination that plague our fellow Americans.


Where it all began

We began as a group of concerned scholars and community activists who saw the plights of our fellow Americans. Hard-working, honest, brave citizens of our dear country are facing hatred, harassment, and violence because of the faith they profess. Everyone has the right to believe (or not believe) what they desire, and this is the liberty of each individual.

Starting off as a small blog online, Religious Freedom USA has now expanded to become a non-profit organization with a small, dedicated team working to highlight issues and raise a voice against injustice.

“We hold it for a fundamental and inalienable truth that religion and the manner of discharging it can be directed only by reason and conviction not by force and violence. The religion, then, of every man must be left to the conviction and conscience of every man; and it is the right of every man to exercise it as these may dictate.”

James Monroe, Address to the Virginia General Assembly