Our 2019 Annual Banquet is fast approaching on Sunday, May 19, 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– Civil Rights leader Diane Nash! You do not want to miss your chance to hear […]
Our 2019 Annual Banquet is fast approaching on Sunday, May 19, and we are looking forward to sharing in a wonderful evening full of family fun, reflection, and celebration with you. You do not want to miss celebrating PIIN’s nineteenth year fighting for justice in Western Pennsylvania. Don’t miss out: purchase your banquet tickets today! Dinner […]
The 2019 PIIN Annual Banquet will be held Sunday, May 19, 2019 at the Westin Convention Center. For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 412-621-9230
The hate that has defined our nation recently, came to one of PIIN’s congregations this morning. Congregation Dor Hadash calls the Tree of Life synagogue home, and the prayers of all PIIN members are with them at this horrible time.
Take our political survey today to let us know which issues are most important to you ahead of the November 6, 2018 election!
PIIN is a proud co-sponsor of the Education Rights Network’s first-ever Parent Education Justice Conference on Saturday, July 21. The Parent Education Justice Conference will both teach participants about their rights as parents as well as connect powerful parent-led national movements that are reimagining our public schools.
Join the Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network on Saturday, June 23 or Sunday, June 24 for a free introductory training on the principles of community organizing. Space is limited, so register today!
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.
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.
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!