Senate Intelligence Committee Shines A Light On U.S. Torture

In a bipartisan 11-3 vote, the Senate Intelligence Committee agreed to release critical portions of its report on CIA torture. Read more >>

Luncheon with Shaykh Abdallah Bin Bayyah

Our Executive Director, Rev. Ron Stief, moderates a discussion following Shaykh Abdallah’s address. Learn more >>

Briefing and Congressional Hearing on Solitary Confinement

Rev. Lennox Yearwood Jr. and others spoke at a briefing before the 2014 Congressional hearing on solitary confinement. Read more >>

Close Guantanamo

Join other people of faith in our efforts to close this symbol of torture. Read more >>

No Doubt, It Was Torture

Watch and share five short videos from NRCAT. Read more >>

News About Torture and What You Can Do About It

Ask the President

With a bi-partisan 11-3 vote on April 3, 2014, the Senate Intelligence Committee agreed to release critical portions of its report on CIA torture.  With this vote, our nation takes a significant step to shine a light on torture and restore human dignity. Yet our work is far from over.  ...Take Action

 

Op-eds Published in Every State

Over 80 religious leaders participated in our 50 state op-ed project by writing an opinion piece for their local newspaper calling on the Senate Intelligence Committee to make public its report on its three-year investigation into the CIA’s torture of post-9/11 detainees. See all the op-eds here.

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It's time to close Guantanamo

During the State of the Union address this year, President Obama issued a stirring call for this "to be the year Congress lifts the remaining restrictions on detainee transfers and we close the prison at Guantanamo Bay." We agree with President Obama that this should be the year we close ...Take Action
 
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