IJPC wins class action lawsuit against Ohio BMV granting access to driver's licenses to 16- and 17-year olds regardless of their parent's immigration status.
Excited to attend "Belonging: Undocumented and American"? Looking to learn a little more about the story of our keynote speaker, Jose Antonio Vargas? Here is a list of recent press, essays, and interviews from Jose to learn more about his story and his perspective.
By Bekky Baker, IJPC Program Manager The pandemic highlighted a number of inequities across systems, but none were more glaring than our education system. Caring about, thinking about, and being involved in education is in my blood. My mom and brother are both teachers, my
Abolition Week for Ohio Faith Communities begins October 8th and ends October 17th. Check out our map to see who is taking action this week to call for an end to Ohio’s death penalty.
Race and Racism in Cincinnati is the telling of Cincinnati’s history from the racial margins, a history that is not often told in school curriculums or in mainstream (white) culture.
Press Release: September 3, 2021 CINCINNATI, OH – Yesterday, over 50 immigrant leaders and community activists from the Immigrant Dignity Coalition rallied outside Senator Rob Portman’s office to demand a path to citizenship for all 11 million undocumented immigrants. The rally set the tone leading
CINCINNATI, OH - On Wednesday evening, Cincinnatians listened to President Biden briefly address issues of immigration, gun violence, and policing at the CNN Town Hall.
IJPC Blog Team Contributor Jeanine Heing reflects on the pandemic, climate changes, and our response in moments of crisis.