From personal conversations in coffee shops to mass vigils at universities, here are just some of the ways interfaith allies have been showing their love.
Interfaith allies are pledging to stand with Muslims in words and actions after the Christchurch massacre.
Muslims and their interfaith allies are refusing to give bigotry "a free pass."
Americans say Allahu akbar all the time.
"We are a moral movement, rising up in resistance to the cruelness of this Congress."
"Thank God for Ramadan.”
From Minneapolis to Seattle, Americans showed up for their Muslim neighbors this weekend.
Hundreds flocked to Jakarta's City Hall this week to sing patriotic songs.
Christians, Muslims, Jews and Sikhs agree: “A ban by any other name is still a ban.”
Two years after the shooting, Deah, Yusor, and Razan are still inspiring acts of love.