In a time when many traditional religious communities have to innovate in order to reach new generations, a free and open Internet – the kind that the FCC has voted to protect – is essential for us to run our houses of worship effectively and remain relevant in the 21st century. – Valarie Kaur

Filmmaker and activist Valarie Kaur, co-founder of Faithful Internet and founder of Groundswell Movement at Auburn Seminary, explains why the Federal Communications Commission’s vote in favor of a free and open Internet is vital for communities of faith and social justice.

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Hear the full March 14, 2015 State of Belief Radio program here.

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