Today's college students come from one of the most religiously diverse generations in American history, and their campuses are models for the future of American society. Young interfaith leaders understand that diversity itself is only a good thing if we make it a good thing. That's why, across the country, they are pioneering new ways to bring people and communities together across lines of difference to work for a better world. Watch their inspiring stories.
Noor led the interfaith movement on her campus, Rhodes College.
Balpreet turned an instance of online harassment into a teachable moment, educating thousands of people on the Sikh faith.
Students at Texas Christian University held a book drive, donating over 1,500 books to boost literacy in their community.
Learn more about how student leaders like Hana Ashchi are doing interfaith work to address local issues.
Learn how student leaders like Vatina McLaurin and Annie Schone are using storytelling to mobilize their campus.
Ismail helped organize an event that brought out 30,000 students, bridging Syracuse and Georgetown’s rivalry.
Karla is educating students at Westminster College about religious diversity and civic engagement.
Chris’ work has taken him around the world, highlighting the intersection of the interfaith and atheist movements.
A Google search launched Aubrey into interfaith leadership in high school.
Greg is an evangelical Christian committed to advancing interfaith cooperation in the media and his community.
Moustafa’s enterprising work launched a global health initiative at the University of Michigan.