The Interchurch Community in the news

The local news media recognize that members of the Interchurch Community are more important today than ever before. That’s why you’ve been reading stories about their activities to make Indianapolis, and United States, and the world better. Some examples of recent stories:

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New member of the Interchurch Community, Women4Change Indiana, seeks civic transformation

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VIPS alters our perception of art with the Interchurch Gallery exhibit reVISION

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CHIP seeks new approaches to addressing homelessness

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David Sklar and the Jewish Community Relations Council leads the struggle for hate crime legislation in Indiana

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Rima Shahid of the Muslim Alliance of Indiana is emerging as the state’s leading voice for religious tolerance and freedom

Erin Polley and the American Friends Service say: ““To end violence we need sanctuary not walls”

The Sierra Club is working on legislation to protect the environment

Jim Poyser of Earth Charter is leading a Children’s Crusade to combat climate change

 

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