IJPC News

Category: Newsletters

Fall 2021 Newsletter

IJPC's Fall 2021 Newsletter includes a review of immigration policy changes over the past year, updates from #NoDeathPenaltyOH, a reflection on peace and nonviolence, highlights from our 2021 Annual Gathering, upcoming events, and many ways to get involved in our work.

Summer 2021 Newsletter

IJPC's Summer 2021 Newsletter includes updates from #NoDeathPenaltyOH, highlights from our Summer Campaign of Citizenship for All, information about our Race and Racism in Cincinnati Docuseries, introductions to two new staff members, and many ways to get involved in our work.

Spring 2021 Newsletter

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.

Winter 2021 Newsletter

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.

Fall 2020 Newsletter

IJPC's Fall 2020 Newsletter includes reflections on human trafficking education, IJPC's new report on the cost of the death penalty in Hamilton County, updates on Rethinking Racism, immigration advocacy efforts, and a reflection on 2020 as we look to 2021.

Summer 2020 Newsletter

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.

Spring 2020 Newsletter

IJPC's Spring 2020 Newsletter includes updates on how IJPC and the communities we serve have been impacted by COVID-19. IJPC advocates for and with those on death row, immigrant families, and victims of human trafficking -- all of whom experience increased risk and vulnerability during these times.

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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