PIIN 20th Annual Banquet

Sunday, May 31, 2020

Community Conversation on Countywide Citizens Police Review Board

The Allegheny County Council is set to consider establishing a Countywide Citizens Police Review Board, PIIN invites you to join us and members of County Council for an important conversation and opportunity to share your input. We need a police review board to establish accountability. Transparency and accountability are critical to advancing 21st century policing […]

Residents, activists concerned about racist graffiti in Swissvale

Residents and activists on Wednesday decried a recent incident of racist graffiti at a Swissvale transit parklet and demanded a stronger response from the borough government. The group of eight that held a press conference outside of the Swissvale council meeting said they were “troubled” by graffiti on a garbage can in early November that […]

PIIN set to partner with Squirrel Hill Stands Against Gun Violence, CeaseFire PA and Bend the Arc: Pittsburgh on In Memoriam, an event remembering the victims of gun violence and calling for stronger gun laws.

PIIN is excited to partner with Squirrel Hill Stands Against Gun Violence, CeaseFire PA and Bend the Arc: Pittsburgh on In Memoriam, an event remembering the victims of gun violence and calling for stronger gun laws. This event on October 24 from 4-5 pm will recognize the victims of the October 27 shooting at the […]

National Coffee with a Cop Day

PIIN along with the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) will take part in National Coffee with a Cop Day by hosting a Coffee with a Cop event, Wednesday, October 2, 2019 10:00 am – 12:00 pm at Arnold’s Tea, 502 East Ohio Street on the North Side. This is a great opportunity […]

Police search North Side gas station after assault as protesters vow to continue

Protesters who camped for a second day outside of the Exxon gas station on Pittsburgh’s North Side where two sisters were beaten over a $17 dispute, expressed concern Sunday that the owners and an employee who allegedly assaulted their customers will only be charged with a misdemeanor. The Friday assault was captured on video and […]

The Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network (PIIN) has released the following statement regarding the plot to bomb the Legacy International Worship Center in Pittsburgh:

The Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network (PIIN) condemns the hate that perpetuate cycles of violence in our society. We are grateful that this attack was thwarted before it could be carried out however, it exposes the levels of hate that exist within our society. PIIN is committed to justice and ensuring that all of our communities […]

PIIN Releases Statement of Christchurch Shooting

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 […]