Viewpoint: South Bend needs a police use of force policy that keeps families safe

For more than a year, the St. Joseph County chapter of Faith in Indiana and others have been pressing the mayor’s office for a strong use-of-force policy in South Bend that will keep our families [...]

Office Of Community Initiatives To Hold Information Sessions About South Bend Alive Grant Program

But some feel that one strategy would have been better. The local chapter of faith group Faith in Indiana expressed disappointment that a Peacemaker Fellowship, a focused anti-violence program [...]

A spiritual quest for racial justice: How a Huntington woman & Faith in Indiana confront inequality

Some would be surprised to learn that the leader behind several recent strides for People of Color in Fort Wayne is a young five-foot-four white woman from Huntington, Indiana.

Faith community calls on Indiana’s senators to support a more generous pandemic aid package

A group of religious and community leaders are calling on Indiana’s two senators to support an economic recovery bill that would extend unemployment benefits, help immigrants and provide aid to [...]

Naomi Tutu speaks at demonstration urging city to look at FWPD use of force policy

Naomi Tutu, daughter of Nobel Peace Prize winner Desmond Tutu, joined Faith in Indiana at Promenade Park where she spoke along with protesters who said they had interactions with police during [...]

IU’s Fairbanks School gets $10.5M from Indianapolis for more than 300 contact tracers

In a move aimed at stopping the spread of the coronavirus in Indianapolis, the city has given the Indiana University Fairbanks School of Public Health $10.5 million to hire and manage more than [...]

Daughter of Nobel Prize winner, activist Desmond Tutu to be in Fort Wayne

Naomi Tutu, daughter of Desmond Tutu, will join several area faith leaders from Faith in Indiana at a demonstration at the Promenade Park Foundation Pavilion. Together, they plan to “life up the [...]

Indy councilors propose adding civilians to IMPD policy committee

Two Indianapolis City-County Councilors want to add civilians to the city’s General Orders Committee, which determines the procedures Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officers use on a [...]

City-County Council members seek more community oversight over IMPD General Orders

“Our community is demanding both transparency and a seat at the table. In order for our law enforcement partners to do their jobs and protect us as citizens, we have to rebuild that trust between [...]

Start typing and press Enter to search