We gathered April 15th to celebrate the work of the past year. But as Rev. De Neice Welch said that evening, now is not the time to relax, so Ambassador Young reminded us that the pursuit of social justice is difficult, but achievable with faith and good organizing. Watch his full speech here.
This Saturday, April 14, the Pennsylvania Chapter of CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations) is hosting a free screening of “Out of Cordoba,” an award-winning documentary about the co-existence of Christians, Jews, and Muslims.
At this year’s annual banquet, the Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network will be introducing two new awards to recognize the work of both a PIIN congregation and an activist who have been exceptionally engaged in the work of building the Beloved Community and advancing our shared pursuit of justice.
Join Sixth Presbyterian Church and Presbyterians for Earth Care for a stimulating conversation with Larry Schweiger, a leading voice in the environmental movement both nationally and in Pennsylvania.
Our 2018 Annual Banquet is fast approaching on Sunday, April 15, 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– Ambassador Andrew Young!
This March, Rev. Cornell William Brooks, former President and CEO of the NAACP, will join Temple Sinai and the Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network for two days of special programming in Pittsburgh. Join us!
The school shooting in Parkland, Florida was the 18th shooting on school grounds in the first 45 days of 2018. During that time, most districts only had 36 days of school. That ratio—a school shooting every other day—is incomprehensible.
The Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network stands in solidarity with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette journalists who are in negotiations with Block Communications, Inc. for a fair contract.
Save the date for PIIN’s Annual Banquet, taking place on April 15, 2018.
On Thursday, February 8, PIIN will 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. We hope you’ll join us to hear Al share his treasure trove of experiences fighting for justice alongside Dr. King.