Dear Future President,
I highly believe that religous equality has become a major problem in the U.S.A. According to www.dosomething.org over the past few decades the U.S. has engaged in a great struggle to balance civil rights and religous liberty. This is something our future president should do something about.
The most popular religion in the U.S is christianity, according to abcnews.go.com 83% of americans consider themselves christian, 13% percent have no religion, and the other 4% are of the muslim , hendu, Buddhist, Jewish,etc. religions. This 4% of people are the ones that suffer the most from religous discrimination. This is a problem that must to be resolved.
I think the way to stop religious discrimination is by helping people of all religious believe that everyone has a opinion on what they believe and we cant change that, and harassing them wont help. According to www.dosomething.org harassment of women over religious dress occurred in 1 of 3 countries in 2012. this needs to be changed and we can start by going to local churches and informing them on respecting other religions no matter what they are, what they require such as fasting certain head wear, and restrain from certain food.
In conclusion religious equality needs to become your main focus when you become our president, among other things.