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Pittsburgh school board considers making some schools social service hubs

July 27, 2016 Pittsburgh Public School Board members will decide on Wednesday if the District will adopt a community schools policy; a ...
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Tony Norman: Confronting ‘the psychology of bias’ without fear

July 26, 2016 Last Thursday, Pittsburgh Police Chief Cameron McLay did something extraordinary at St. James AME Church. Speaking before ...
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McLay apologizes for ‘horrible, unjust’ history between police and communities of color

July 22, 2016 Standing on the corner of Liberty Avenue and Wood Street, Joe Kennedy held a paper sign Thursday. It read, ...
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PIIN hosts community hearing on policing, racism, equity

In the wake of the unspeakable violence that has shaken our nation in recent weeks, PIIN gathered for a community ...
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Faith leaders call for community dialogue on racism, policing, equity

In response to the police shootings in Louisiana, Minnesota and Dallas, faith leaders from around the country are starting a dialogue about ...
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City, faith leaders meet in response to Dallas shootings

July 12, 2016 The fatal shooting of several police officers last week in Dallas prompted Pittsburgh officials to come together to ...
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PIIN stands with the School Board, denounces the attacks on new Superintendent

This summer, PIIN linked arms with teachers, parents, students and community organizations in support of the Pittsburgh Public School Board ...
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New resource packet encourages faith leaders to speak out against gun violence

June 24, 2016 Gun violence is the leading cause of mortality among young black men and the county needs to ...
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