After more than a decade of hard work by hundreds of Faith in Indiana leaders and clergy, gun violence prevention in Indianapolis is taking a huge leap forward this year.
Faith in Indiana and Act Indiana are examples of organizations finding ways to adapt to maximize their advocacy impact in Indiana.
Los defensores de los inmigrantes y los líderes religiosos de Indiana pidieron el martes al alguacil del condado de Marion, Kerry Forestal, que dejara de retener a los inmigrantes en la cárcel [...]
Indiana immigrant advocates and faith leaders on Tuesday asked Marion County Sheriff Kerry Forestal to stop holding immigrants at the county jail without a warrant at the request of U.S. [...]
A group of immigrants and Faith in Indiana leaders called on Marion County Sheriff Kerry Forestal to put an end to holding immigrants without charges at the request of U.S. Immigration and [...]
The Immigrant Coalition of Faith in Indiana plans to ask the Marion County sheriff to quit holding immigrants at the request of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), calling the practice [...]
Dozens of members of the Butler-Tarkington community along with faith leaders with lit candles gathered outside of the governor’s home calling for change and action when it comes to gun violence.
Faith in Indiana challenges lawmakers on all levels to change gun laws to prevent future tragedies.
Faith in Indiana held a vigil and march to a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants across the state.
“For too long, legislators bought by the gun industry have refused to act to pass gun safety measures, a choice that took eight lives today," said the Rev. Richard Willoughby, president of Faith [...]
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When Monday night’s protest ended with demonstrators and police officers hugging and walking together near the governor’s mansion, it took many people by surprise.
Several state institutions, groups, senators, representatives, and City-County councilors have signed the petition in support of NAPAWF, including Faith in Indiana.
Faith in Indiana member Rev. Clyde Posley is one of the members of the first IMPD General Orders Board. Here's what that means.
Faith in Indiana...was instrumental in getting the city to partner with the National Institute for Criminal Justice Reform.
“If we don’t commit resources to probably every one of those areas, we’re not gonna overcome this crisis," said Rev. Greene.
As homicides climbed toward an all-time high last decade, Indianapolis' gun violence prevention work was underfunded, understaffed and poorly coordinated, according to a report obtained by IndyStar.
"We want this governance board to be a reflection of the City of Indianapolis. It should reflect the diversity that's within our community," Pastor Richard A. Reynolds with Faith In Indiana said.
Rena Allen, a community organizer with Faith in Indiana, said she grew angry after seeing that IMPD was responsible for the highest rate of dog bites among large departments. It hurt even more to [...]
A controversial proposal to give citizens more say and oversight in police policy was adopted by the Indianapolis City-County Council Monday night.