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!
Take our political survey today to let us know which issues are most important to you ahead of the November 6, 2018 election!
PIIN is on the cusp of unrolling our 2018 PIIN Voters of Conscience Political Program, a program designed to educate people of faith in advance of the November election and unleash our PIIN political power at the polls! Join us on August 9 to learn more!
PIIN is a proud co-sponsor of the Education Rights Network’s first-ever Parent Education Justice Conference on Saturday, July 21. The Parent Education Justice Conference will both teach participants about their rights as parents as well as connect powerful parent-led national movements that are reimagining our public schools.
On Saturday, July 14, PIIN joined thousands of American Federation of Teachers (AFT) union members to rally and march in support of public education funding in downtown Pittsburgh.
On Monday, June 25, PIIN joined Casa San Jose, Pittsburgh United, Thomas Merton Center, Pittsburgh Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, and more than one hundred immigrant rights activists to demand family reunification and an end to the Trump Administration’s cruel zero tolerance immigration policy.
Join PIIN in calling upon District Attorney Stephen Zappala to hand the investigation of the murder of Antwon Rose over to State Attorney General Josh Shapiro.
Join PIIN on Tuesday, June 26, to hear from Al Lingo, a white Protestant minister who worked with Dr. Martin Luther King in St. Augustine, Florida and Selma, Alabama in the 1960s.