face is a non-profit organization created in 1982 to promote, foster and improve the goodwill, reputation and image of those persons of cuban origins and their descendants in the united states and the world who have sought refuge outside of cuba due to existing political conditions. face also combats all forms of bigotry and discrimination.
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to enhance the well-being of the jewish people and israel, and to advance human rights and democratic values around the world. combating anti-semitism and all forms of bigotry; promoting pluralism and shared democratic values; supporting israel's quest for peace and security; advocating for energy independence; strengthening jewish life.
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welcome to the interfaith alliance - interfaith alliance
interfaith alliance - the national non-partisan advocacy voice of the interfaith movement. 150, 000 members from more than 70 faith traditions and people of good will united to: promote democratic values, defend religious liberty, challenge hatred and religious bigotry and reinvigorate informed civic participation.
project reason is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit foundation devoted to spreading scientific knowledge and secular values in society. the foundation draws on the talents of prominent and creative thinkers in a wide range of disciplines to encourage critical thinking and erode the influence of dogmatism, superstition, and bigotry in our world.
we are the ucf chapter of the national secular student alliance, or ssa. our aim to offer an environment for those with secular, humanist, and nontheistic ideals, to exchange ideas in an environment that is free from (and argues against) dogmatism, bigotry, and superstition.
after over 25 years of exploration and experimentation, ceramist sharon levy has produced a variety of works using ancient methods, materials and techniques. she uses these methods and materials in contemporary ways to interpret the world around her: physically, spiritually, religiously and politically. her works reflect the physical environment by way of the landscapes found in her boxes that utilize natural edges in addition to bas relief carving. she sees her thrown bowls as offertory in nature with a spiritual connection to the inspiration of pioneering eastern ceramists. in addition, she enjoys exploring judaica thru the current and ancient symbols, language, and colors that have become obscured due to the judaic worlds emphasis on the written word. finally, from time to time, she feels a need to express her point of view on global political situations, whether referencing starvation in foreign countries or worldwide bigotry and ignorance.