PIIN 20th Annual Banquet

Sunday, May 31, 2020

NEW Get out the Vote Action on May 15!

Our Voice, Our Vote Matters. The PIIN Integrated Voter Engagement Committee invites you and your congregation to participate in a GOTV effort to encourage participation in the upcoming Pennsylvania Primary on Tuesday, May 17th. Join us on May 15th, as we pass out voter education flyers, and talk with neighbors about the PA Primary election. […]

May 5 – Get Out the Vote

Our Voice, Our Vote Matters. The PIIN Integrated Voter Engagement Committee invites you and your congregation to participate in a GOTV effort to encourage participation in the upcoming Pennsylvania Primary on Tuesday, May 17th. Join us on May 5th, as we pass out voter education flyers, and talk with neighbors about the PA Primary election. […]

PIIN Book Study

The breach in racial relationships in America is widening. We the people of faith that comprise The Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network (PIIN) invite you to join us in a journey of knowing that we believe will mend the breach. On Monday February 21, 2022, at 6:00 pm, you are invited to embark on a Zoom-based […]

PIIN 20th Anniversary Virtual Banquet: So All Can Breathe

The PIIN 20th Anniversary Virtual Banquet “So All Can Breathe” from Sunday, August 30, 2020, featuring keynote speaker Jasiri X of 1Hood Media, was a huge success – thank you to all of our supporters, sponsors, and everyone who attended! Did you miss the event? Or do you want to watch it again? You can […]

A City Divided: Race, Fear, and the Law in Police Confrontations

Dr. David Harris On July 26, 2020, David Harris gave a sobering presentation, looking backward and forward into the future, pondering the challenges of Public Safety in our time. We hope you were able to join, but if you missed it or would like to watch it again, you can see the recording of the […]

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 […]

PIIN co-hosts Imagine PPS session with the Pittsburgh Pubic Schools (PPS)

On Thursday, February 6, more than sixty community stakeholders joined PIIN and the leaders and staff of Pittsburgh Public Schools (PPS) for an Imagine PPS engagement session held at Pittsburgh King PreK-8. Imagine PPS is a new city-wide initiative working together with community champions to re-imagine how the school district delivers education. During the session […]

PIIN statement condemning Judge’s racist comments and call for his resignation

The Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network (PIIN) condemns the racist and hateful remarks reportedly made by Allegheny County Common Pleas Judge Mark Tranquilli. These comments are just another reminder of the depth of racism that continue to plague our nation. In a time where elected officials are having to propose and pass laws banning policies that penalize […]

PIIN Set to Host Local Leadership Training – Saturday, February 1

The Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network (PIIN) will host a Local Leadership Training on Saturday, February 1 at Wesley Center AME Zion Church, from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm. The training will introduce new leaders to the basic concepts of community and congregational organizing and will cover topics in outreach, civic engagement, power analysis, recruitment, and […]