Our Issues

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Public Safety

The Public Safety Task Force exists to develop and build relationships that promote equity and justice while providing for the safety and protection of life and property.

Public Education

PIIN’s Education Task Force is actively engaged with community stakeholders, parents, and the faith community to establish community schools and guarantee the funding needed to provide a high-quality education to every child.

Criminal Justice Reform

Over-incarceration – and the lingering disability frequently following it – disproportionately impacts communities of color and unjustly denies people the right to earn a decent living, secure affordable housing, and more.

Immigration

The Immigration Task Force strives to create safe and just communities for all immigrant, refugee, and religious groups in Pittsburgh and beyond.

Ratepayer Justice

ALCOSAN is under a federal mandate to overhaul our region’s sewer system to reduce the discharge of sewage into our rivers.

Latest News

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Trucking for Justice!

Join Us! September 25th, 1-4 PM Bidwell Presbyterian Church 1025 Liverpool St, Pittsburgh, PA 15233 Food Trucks, Guest Speakers, and an Issues Table Walk Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network (PIIN) has been faithfully “moving people of faith into action” for 20 years in Western PA. As we look to the future, PIIN invites your congregation to [...]

Colorful Backgrounds E.X.P.O. – Graduation

Congratulations to our first cohort of Colorful Backgrounds E.X.P.O. graduates! The participants completed the program and received their diplomas at a ceremony filled with family, friends, and good food. A special thanks to guest speaker Ricky Lee Olds for sharing his powerful story, and West End P.O.W.E.R. for chartering this important program with PIIN.  

I Passed!!!

We are so proud of Colorful Backgrounds E.X.P.O. alumni Kalim Brown for passing his CDL test!  

Colorful Backgrounds-E.X.P.O. Monthly Community Meeting July 27!

A monthly Colorful Backgrounds-E.X.P.O. meeting open to the public, happening the 4th Wednesday of every month. These gatherings build community, provide vital information on available resources, feature guest speakers, as well as opportunities for much-needed peer support and connections between the formerly incarcerated, their families, and broader communities to advocate for change. Congregations are encouraged [...]

THANK YOU to our Grantors and Sponsors!

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