RACIAL JUSTICE 

Faith in Public Life is working toward advancing and defending just and equitable policies for all Americans. 
 
IN THE NEWS

Columbus Dispatch: Ginther says new programs would replace controversial safety initiative

Columbus plans to end its controversial community safety initiative and spend millions on a new “comprehensive neighborhood safety strategy” Mayor Andrew J. Ginther rolled out Thursday that includes increased bike and foot patrols next year.

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OUR WORK 

Faith in Public Life has been on the forefront of fighting for racial justice in everywhere we’re working. From reforming the criminal justice system in Georgia to marching for voting rights in Washington, DC, we stand in a long line of prophetic leaders who aren’t satisfied with just denouncing injustice but who ‘pray with their feet’ to bring real freedom.

 

In our country, people of color are under attack daily, from police brutality to voting rights restrictions. As people of faith, we are called to build a society where everyone is safe, everyone is respected and everyone can share in the great experiment of America. These are some ways we are working to do that.

POLICE VIOLENCE IN OHIO

After several high-profile, officer-involved incidents in Columbus, resulting in the deaths of 6 black men, we took a moral stand for public safety, trust, accountability and diversity in our growing community.
 

JERICHO MARCH ON CAPITOL HILL

We went to the US Capitol with Rev. William Barber and Repairers of the Breach to denounce the continued erosion of the Voting Rights Act and demand that Congress act to protect the voting rights of our black and brown family.

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