Nominations are open until August 26th for the IJPC Bob Maxwell Peace Builder Award and the IJPC Youth Justice Award.
IJPC’s Spring 2022 Newsletter includes ways to help survivors of human trafficking, a reflection on #NoDeathPenaltyOH’s College Campus Action Month, highlights from the Flying Pig, stories from the Immigrant Dignity Coalition, thoughts on education and racial justice, upcoming events, and many ways to get involved.
The Fix Our Schools Campaign is a student led, informed, and guided coalition created to tackle the injustices percolating within classrooms. As a coalition member, IJPC finds it is imperative to stand behind and take guidance from the voices of those most impacted by policies as we work towards racial equity in our communitie
Over the last couple of months we have been working closely with members from the Immigrant Dignity Coalition here in Cincinnati to put together “Conversations that Matter.”
As an organization whose mission is to promote the creation of a nonviolent society, IJPC is determined to work towards and imagine a future where violence is not resorted to as the way to end conflict or the way to instill safety.
Ending human trafficking is a group effort. While we need advocates lobbying for better laws and policies, we also need educators that correct misinformation, storytellers sharing their truth, helpers showing love to those who’ve been victimized, healers empowering survivors, and so much more.
IJPC’s Winter 2022 Newsletter includes hopes for the new year, review of our Race and Racism in Cincinnati Docuseries, highlights of amazing volunteers, updates from the Immigrant Dignity Coalition, upcoming events, and many ways to get involved.