On Tuesday, May 29, 2019 at 11:00 am, the Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network (PIIN) and allies will held a news conference at the Pittsburgh Board of Education, 341 S. Bellefield St. Pittsburgh, PA 15213 to address concerns over the recent reporting of the Pittsburgh Public School Superintendent Dr. Anthony Hamlet, the district administration, and the […]
We would like to inform you that our Keynote Speaker for the 2019 Banquet, Legendary Civil Rights Leader Diane Nash has a conflict and is now unable to join us during this year’s banquet. She has agreed to come to Pittsburgh at a later date. While we regret that Ms. Nash will not be with […]
Our 2019 Annual Banquet is fast approaching on Sunday, May 19, and we are looking forward to sharing in a wonderful evening full of family fun and celebration with you. We are also overjoyed to announce this year’s keynote speaker– Civil Rights leader Diane Nash! You do not want to miss your chance to hear […]
On February 28, 2019 a delegation of PIIN leaders traveled to Selma, AL to take part in the 54th Anniversary of the Historic Campaign for Voting Rights. Join us and hear their stories on their experiences and plans around expanding Voting Rights here in Pennsylvania and enjoy some great Fish! Thursday, April 4 Bidwell Presbyterian […]
Clergy, Spiritual Leaders and other leaders in PIIN, Once again, this world finds itself responding to another senseless mass shooting that took place in a house of worship. The hatred in this country and in the world has once again risen to a level that the infringement upon the sacred is not even questioned. Where […]
“Pittsburgh’s leaders vowed to pass gun control legislation after the Tree of Life shooting, local debate has largely focused on friction between pro-gun groups and officials hoping to ban assault-style weapons, bump stocks and armor piercing bullets. But as the bills near a vote at Pittsburgh City Council, Rev. De Neice Welch, president of the Pennsylvania […]
The 2019 PIIN Annual Banquet will be held Sunday, May 19, 2019 at the Westin Convention Center. For more information contact: [email protected] or call 412-621-9230
The Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network (PIIN), in conjunction with the PIIN Public Safety Task Force, offer our full support for the creation of a countywide citizens’ police review board, and we urge Allegheny County Council to expeditiously pass this necessary legislation.
Please join us in celebrating the ordination of longtime PIIN member and devoted activist, John Ballance, into the Unitarian Universalist ministry on Saturday, September 22.
PIIN is proud to partner alongside CAIR – Pittsburgh and the ACLU of Pennsylvania for a forum on criminal justice reform with the candidates for Pennsylvania’s 38th Senate District. Join us on Friday, September 21!