Elwood Jones has maintained his innocence since he was sentenced to death over 20 years ago. Today, Elwood Jones should have had a hearing to determine whether he would receive a new trial. But that hearing was delayed until further notice.
We are excited to release the findings of our report, “At All Costs: The High Cost of the Death Penalty in Hamilton County and the Disparities it Drives.”
Pre-order is open! You may have heard about IJPC's 2021 Calendar and we are so excited to share the cover with you. This calendar is a perfect combination of joy and justice.
No matter your color on the political spectrum, everyone can agree that this November’s election is important. Each of IJPC’s core issues will be impacted by the election, from the presidential race to those at the bottom of the ballot.
By Sr. Alice Gerdeman, CDP Pope Francis’ encyclical letter, Brothers and Sisters All*, is to all people across the world and not just us in the United States. Everyone needs a challenge and everyone will find many in his spiritual reflections and vision of a
Join IJPC in observing the Week of Nonviolence by learning about how some of the most urgent social justice issues of our time relate to nonviolence.
IJPC's Summer 2020 Newsletter includes updates on the resumption of the federal death penalty, the impacts of COVID-19 on human trafficking, fee changes for immigrants, the official save-the-date for our 2020 Annual Gathering, and a reflection from IJPC staff on systemic change and police brutality.