The Anti-Defamation League, the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty, the Interfaith Alliance, the Secular Coalition for America, the American Civil Liberties Union and the Hindu American Foundation all agreed with AU's view.
What does TIA stand for?
TIA stands for The Interfaith Alliance
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- Terrorism Information Awareness (US DARPA program; formerly Total Information Awareness)
- Terrorism Information Awareness System
- Test Interface Assembly
- Texas Indoor Advertising
- Thanks In Advance
- Thanks in Anticipation
- That Is All (internet slang)
- That Is Alright
- The Insurance Application (Denmark)
- The Intellectual Activist
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Groups at the meeting included the Islamic Society of North America, the Muslim Public Affairs Council, the Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund, the Interfaith Alliance, and the Shoulder to Shoulder campaign.
Backers of House Bill 444 rallied on Monday at an event organized by the Interfaith Alliance Hawaii, whose membership includes Christian, Jewish and Buddhist churches.
: founding member of the National Anti-Violence Project Roundtable Honors: The Advocate's 1992 Woman of the Year; recipient of the Walter Cronkite Faith and Freedom Award in 1999 Quote: "I think that America is taking another look at faith, and the Interfaith Alliance has always stood for the equality of gay and lesbian Americans.
September 12, Jim Wallis will address the forum and annual meeting of the Interfaith Alliance of Colorado at Park Hill United Methodist Church.
The letter is part of an effort organized by the Episcopal Church's office of government relations in coalition with the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights and the Interfaith Alliance.
Similarly, when Gore proposed in May to direct more federal dollars to "faith-based" groups, lesbian and gay activists joined People for the American Way and the Interfaith Alliance in raising serious concerns about whether taxpayer dollars would end up funding religious organizations that promote anti-gay messages.
This event is being hosted by Faith Action for Community Equity and the Interfaith Alliance of Hawaii.