Studies have shown that the people who are most anxious about the state of the world are the ones who aren’t doing anything.
“While this comparison between 2017 and 2018 shows a significant increase, I caution people to say it’s an authentic increase,” said Chelsea Haring-Cozzi, the executive director of CHIP. “I really think it’s a better capacity to get data this year. We included data we hadn’t in 2017. It’s not an apples to apples comparison between the two years.”
Several black balloons in memory of Reiter were displayed in Burns’ front yard Wednesday. According to Overdose Lifeline Inc.’s website, Black Balloon Day is an international event that brings awareness to overdose deaths.
Amy Guess, Program Coordinator, CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center, and Aliya Amin, Executive Director, Muslim Alliance of Indiana, share information about “Hummus & Happiness”
Laura Widman, a researcher at N.C. State University, presented the plan “This is (Not) About Drugs,” an education program by Indiana-based Overdose Lifeline Inc., a nonprofit that focuses on people and communities affected by addiction.
This is a great opportunity for folks who work in the Interchurch Center and would like to give their kids a fantastic intercultural experience.
“Sixty-four thousand people lost their lives [nationally in 2016] — that’s someone every 12 minutes,” said Justin Phillips, executive director of Overdose Lifeline, an Indianapolis-based nonprofit. “Ten free kits is not going to be enough.”
Hoosier Interfaith Power and Light (H-IPL) seeks a director who will lead H-IPL as we continue to lead Indiana faith communities in responding to the global climate crisis
The Indy Star publishes an interesting article about Jennifer Baskerville-Burrowes, the 11th Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis.