In 2015, millions of us rose up in a movement to protect the open Internet — and we won.  Net neutrality keeps the Internet an open platform for people of all faiths and backgrounds to communicate, create, and organize online, regardless of income, race, religion, or status.

But now President Trump’s appointee is working to reverse our victory.  We vow to be part of the resistance.

In this critical time, we need net neutrality more than ever to fight and defend the future of our democracy.  Our marches, vigils, petitions, and calls to action depend on an open Internet.

Faithful Internet is here to amplify the voices of people of faith and moral conscience to protect the Open Internet Order. When you sign up, you will be joining leaders such as Rev. William Barber, Sister Simone Campbell, Rev. Jacqui Lewis, Valarie Kaur, and Rev. Otis Moss III.

We are a project coordinated by the United Church of Christ OC, Inc. with assistance from the Stanford Law School Center for Internet and Society. We launched in fall 2014 to help educate and equip people of faith in the movement for Internet freedom. Today, we are your one-stop education resource to understand why Internet freedom is essential for the future of religious and spiritual life, interfaith cooperation, and service in America.

OC Inc.The United Church of Christ, OC Inc. brings fifty years of advocacy on social justice and communications in the faith context. Policy advisor Cheryl Leanza is a communications lawyer who has emerged as one of the leading advocates to protect the open Internet for faith communities.
Stanford CISThe Stanford Center for Internet and Society is a public interest technology law and policy program at Stanford Law School. Under the leadership of director Barbara van Schewick and fellow Valarie Kaur, the Center has played a leading role in the movement to protect the open Internet as a matter of sound policy and social justice.