Mikey Weinstein is still fighting to keep religious favoritism out of the military.
Mikey Weinstein has been a busy guy over the past 13 years. Read our interview
with the founder of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation to learn why.
Here are just a few of the accomplishments of MRFF over the years:
November 2010 – Getting the religious climate survey
released. After MRFF’s pressure on the Air Force Academy, Superintendent Lt. Gen. Gould released the data behind the bi-annual Academy Climate Survey. The survey revealed that 41% of non-Christian cadets and 19% of all cadets were subjected to unwanted proselytizing.
December 2014 – USAFA withdrew its Christian-biased holiday policy
. On December 1, 2014, the Academy published a document titled, “Religious Accommodations NOTAM” (NOTAM is a common military acronym that stands for Notice to Airmen) on their public website.
January 2017 – Freedom Of Information Act lawsuit win
. The case dated to Weinstein's 2011 FOIA request to the Academy for records pertaining to himself, MRFF and his family. After four years of delays, MRFF sued to compel disclosure. The Academy settle the case by promising to provide the records sought and paying MRFF's $25,000 in attorney fees.