IJPC News

Summer 2017 Newsletter

Read our Summer 2017 newsletter here. Be sure to get caught up on the updates around the death penalty that ended in the execution of Ronald Phillips in July, read about national immigration policy updates, be inspired by our vision for a Nonviolent Cincinnati (and sign up to be part of the coalition), and mark your calendar for our September 20th event where we host John Dear and more.

What Will it Take?

Written by Sister Andrea Koverman, SC As I write this blog on the Sunday before Ronald Phillips is to be executed, I am filled with dismay and struggle to hold on to the hope that there is still a chance that Governor Kasich will extend

A “Healthy” Choice for Survivors

Survivors of human trafficking deserve more than the services we are currently providing, and they deserve equal access to government insurance. Human trafficking is a bipartisan issue, so why is it that the healthcare legislature is not reflecting the respect for all humans – especially survivors of human trafficking? In order to create a society that reflects our support for survivors of human trafficking, we must first provide care for the physical needs of the person. The time is now to take action and demand freedom for everyone.

Our Summer Interns Share

Each semester, IJPC opens its doors to interns from a variety of universities and colleges in the area to expand our capacity as a small office. Our interns become a vital part of our work for the semester - helping us research, write, build better presentations, develop toolkits, and more. Our summer interns, Lauren and Seth, started in late May and we invited them to share some of their story as well as their impressions of the work at IJPC.

Spring 2017 Newsletter

In our Spring 2017 newsletter, we give updates regarding the death penalty in the state of Ohio, share how recent immigration policies impact those locally, provide a context to the Pentagon budget and also have a communication preferences survey to make sure we're the best resource possible for you!

About IJPC

The Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center educates and advocates for peace, challenges unjust local, national and global systems, and promotes the creation of a nonviolent society. IJPC is supported by faith-based organizations and individuals who work together to educate around justice issues, take collaborative action and do public witness. We address local, national and international concerns focusing on the death penalty, immigration, human trafficking and peace and nonviolence.

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