Assembly

Assembly

Durham CAN Wins Commitments from All Judicial Candidates on Criminal Justice Reforms

Thursday, November 15, 2018
Metro IAF

October 27th: In a packed non-partisan assembly in North Carolina that was standing room only, 600+ Durham CAN leaders held accountable candidates for District and Superior Court Judges and the District Attorney-elect on issues such as ending cash bail, court fines and fees, and a commitment that people with mental illness will not be sent to jail, among other criminal justice reform issues.

Durham CAN

Assembly

Conect Engages CT Gubernatorial and Attorney General Candidates on Gun Violence, Immigration, Health Care, and Criminal Justice Reform

Thursday, November 15, 2018
Metro IAF

 October 22nd: In Connecticut, more than 750 CONECT members turned out for the 2018 General Election Non-Partisan Candidate Assembly, where candidates for Governor, Attorney General and Treasurer attended and answered questions concerning CONECT's issue proposals on gun violence, immigration, health care/mental health and criminal justice reform issues.

CONECT

Assembly

GBIO Celebrates 20th Anniversary, Makes Strides on Local, State, and Federal Issues

Thursday, November 15, 2018
Metro IAF

October 22nd: In Massachusetts, Greater Boston Interfaith Organization celebrated its 20th Anniversary by acting powerfully with 1,348 GBIO leaders in a non-partisan assembly. GBIO was recognized and made public agreements on an array of state, local, and even federal issu

GBIO

Howard County, Sanctuary Cities, Immigration Reform, Assembly

Over a Thousand Gather to Support Howard Becoming 'Sanctuary County'

Sunday, January 29, 2017
CBS Baltimore

Over a thousand people gathered on Sunday at the Wilde Lake Interfaith Center in support of making Howard County a Sanctuary County.

PATH

Cuyahoga County Prosecutors, McGinty, O' Malley, Assembly

1,000 of Greater Cleveland Congregations Put Justice "On Trial"

Wednesday, February 17, 2016
Cleveland.com

Faith leaders put the justice system "on trial" Tuesday as they outlined their demands for reform to Cuyahoga County prosecutor candidates Timothy J. McGinty and Michael O'Malley.

GCC