Archive: September 2020

Nominations Open for the IJPC Bob Maxwell Peace Builder Award

At IJPC’s Annual Gathering this November, we will present someone with the 2nd Annual IJPC Bob Maxwell Peace Builder Award. Please help us honor the work toward peace in our community by nominating someone today! Nominate online or download the form and mail to IJPC 215 E. 14th

No Longer Remain Silent

On June 26, 2016 Jesse Williams, star of the popular television series Grey’s Anatomy, was honored at the BET Awards with a humanitarian award. Williams gave a passionate acceptance speech in which he challenged systemic racism in this country....It’s interesting that one man standing on stage making a speech can garner so much outrage and attention. Especially in light of the fact that black people are killed unjustly by police at alarming rates. Where is the outrage for the loss of black lives?

Rethinking Racism

Join us for the 4th Rethinking Racism on Monday June 20th from 6:00-9:00pm at New Prospect Baptist Church!  Over 197 unique and amazing individuals have attended these events – we welcome you to attend again or for the first time.   Rethinking Racism is a

6/4 – Remembering Children

When war happens, children are often the most vulnerable people affected. They suffer physical, mental, and emotional abuse and trauma at the hands of the adults in power. For that reason, June 4th of each year has been designated “The International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression.”

Rethinking Racism

Nationwide, communities are galvanizing and demanding institutions to address racism. In this spirit, the Cincinnati Human Relations Commission and Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center are partnering to challenge organizations and individuals to make a commitment to addressing and ending racism, with an initiative entitled, “Rethinking

A Circle of Women

Now that the holidays are over, a new year stretches out before us. In my faith tradition, the weeks prior to Christmas are a time set aside for preparing for what is to come. It’s a time of waiting and reflecting on the current state of affairs, both externally and internally, and most importantly, on the love that still needs to be born into the world. The days are the shortest, and nights the longest during this time of year, and indeed, the world has seemed like a very dark and cold place as of late.

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.