Featured Projects

Prophetic Grief after the Charleston Church Shooting
Nearly ten thousand people from across America and around the world shared their grief and love for the families in Charleston via Groundswell -- and committed to stand with them in solidarity.

The Summer Research Colloquium 2015: Media & Social Movements
An impressive international multifaith group of religion experts are convening at Auburn this month to discuss the role of media, especially social media, in today's movements for justice and peace.

Report back: Learn more about a training program by Groundswell!
After a long winter program incubation, Auburn staff traveled to Buffalo, NY to pilot a new training program aimed at helping faith-rooted organizers organize more effectively in a digital age.

  • I hope you will take a moment to read this series and share with us on Facebook how your faith tradition urges you to be morally courageous in fighting injustice.
    8:00 AM Jul 25th from Auburn | Read More
  • "The issues require that we work as hard as ever to equip leaders—from the pulpit to the public square—to build communities, bridge divides, pursue justice and heal the world."
    5:30 PM Jun 25th from Auburn | Read More
  • Concerned about race and violence in America but not sure what to do? This thoughtful exchange will explore what is going on and how people of different religious backgrounds can join the conversation. RSVP!
    5:30 PM Jun 10th from Auburn | Read More
Silent march planned next month in #Ferguson to mark 1st anniversary of Michael Brown shooting. #BlackLivesMatter http://t.co/cPJ2CuGRfr
9:45 PM Jul 29th from Auburn


Galvanizing Multifaith leaders for Social Change

Auburn is a center for leadership development that identifies and strengthens today’s greatest leaders of faith and moral courage. We invite you to watch and learn how we advance the multifaith movement for justice.