PIIN’s 2019 Public Action Meeting at Ebenezer Baptist Church Oct. 29, 2019

MEMBERS OF THE PENNSYLVANIA INTERFAITH IMPACT NETWORK CHOIR, at Ebenezer Baptist Church, Oct. 29. (Photos by Courier photographer J.L. Martello)

by Courier Newsroom

PIIN, or the Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network, is an organization of more than 40 congregations and organizations in Southwestern Pennsylvania committed to drawing together people of faith to act powerfully on local, regional, and national issues of justice and fairness. Through the processes of community-building, working with politicians and policymakers, direct action, and negotiation, PIIN strives to transform communities.

At the Public Action Meeting held Oct. 29 at Ebenezer Baptist Church in the Hill District, PIIN advocated for criminal justice reform, a countywide citizen police review board, and protection of immigrant families.


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