One America Movement

One America Movement

The One America Movement is a national nonprofit confronting toxic polarization in our society. We equip faith communities to confront division and work together across political, racial, and religious divides to solve problems that matter.
Now Hiring! Development Manager

Now Hiring! Development Manager

The Development Manager will work closely with the Development Team to oversee day-to-day development processes for our growing organization to obtain funding from various sources, including foundations, corporations, high net-worth individuals, and online giving.

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Now Hiring! Executive Associate to the Vice President

Now Hiring! Executive Associate to the Vice President

The Executive Associate to the Vice President will provide administrative support to the Vice President of Programs and Operations. This position will include scheduling meetings and events, conducting expense management, copy editing content, and completing logistics for the VP’s participation in major events and activities.

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Toxic Polarization in the Wild

Toxic Polarization in the Wild

The One America Movement is celebrating its fifth birthday this month and along the way, staff members and special guests have written some insightful blog posts to help illustrate the “why” behind the fight against toxic polarization. Here are just a few of our favorites.

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Racism is a sin. Here’s what we do about it.

Racism is a sin. Here’s what we do about it.

“We call on Christian leaders to do more than just denounce what they don’t like. We need more than thoughts and prayers or deafening silence to deal with the pervasiveness of racism. We cannot look away and expect change. Our congregations and communities need intentional, active guidance to address systemic racism.”

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One America Voices: Chandra DeNap Whetstine

Chandra DeNap Whetstine Alexandria, Virginia Director of Strategic Projects, One America Movement Q: You and your husband lived in China for two years as Peace Corps Volunteers.  How did you decide to do that? A: When people ask how I joined the Peace Corps, I always...

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