Several groups connected to the local Immigrant Dignity Coalition have announced a 14-week summer campaign demanding Congress pass legislation that would create roadmaps to citizenship for millions of undocumented people.
We hope to shift the mainstream narrative around human trafficking from focusing on the pain and blame of victims and survivors, to focus on the systems of exploitation that allow trafficking to happen in the first place.
IJPC's Spring 2021 Newsletter includes updates from the YES program, statewide efforts to end the death penalty, human trafficking awareness, farewells to two of our staff, and many ways to get involved in our work.
The March to Victory: Relay Across America, a nationwide effort to demand a roadmap to citizenship for 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the U.S., reached Cincinnati on Monday, April 19 with a rally outside Senator Rob Portman’s office.
Join us for a re-imagined Way of the Cross for Justice this year. Together with our partners, IJPC invites you to engage in a self-guided Good Friday pilgrimage connecting the suffering of Jesus with the suffering brought about by injustice in our day.
Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center (IJPC) is seeking a full-time Program Manager to lead our anti-death penalty and peace & nonviolence programming and a part-time YES Coordinator.
IJPC's Winter 2021 Newsletter includes updates on the death penalty abolition movement, new initiatives to address human trafficking, reflection on police-community relations, important information about the U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021, and the Flying Pig.