Civil and Human Rights Partnerships

Coalitions and partners on issues of immigration, criminal justice reform, religious freedom, and other civil and human rights issues.

Coalition Against Religious Discrimination (CARD)

CARD is a coalition of civil rights, religious, education and labor organizations dedicated to protecting the freedom of religious organizations to provide social services without infringing on civil liberties. The coalition promotes healthy relations between religious groups and the state and promotes the protection of people’s civil and religious rights when working in providing social services with tax dollars.

Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights

The Leadership Conference, founded in 1950, is the nation’s premier civil rights coalition and has coordinated the national legislative campaign on behalf of every major civil rights law since 1957.

National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty (NCADP)

Since its inception in 1976, NCADP has been the only fully staffed national organization exclusively devoted to abolishing capital punishment. NCADP provides information, advocates for public policy, and mobilizes and supports individuals and institutions that share our unconditional rejection of capital punishment.

National Coalition for Public Education (NCPE)

NCPE is a coalition of civil rights, religious and parents and teachers’ organizations dedicated to a strong public education system in the United States.


Shoulder-to-Shoulder is a national campaign of faith-based, interfaith and religious organizations dedicated to ending anti-Muslim sentiment. The campaign mobilizes interfaith, faith-based and religious organizations across the country to speak out for religious freedom and oppose religious discrimination, particularly anti-Muslim sentiment.