Austin Interfaith

Austin Interfaith, Texas IAF, community organizing in Austin, Job Training

Austin Interfaith Launches Jobs Training Program for Teens

Thursday, June 25, 2015
Austin American Statesman & Community Impact

Austin Interfaith and Austin Independent School District (AISD) jointly announced the launch of a high school job training program targeted at students from three local high schools: Travis, Crockett and Lanier.

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Austin Energy, Utilities, Austin Interfaith, Texas IAF, Community Organizing in Texas

Austin Interfaith Fights for Fair Utilities Debt Repayment Plan

Wednesday, February 11, 2015
Austin American Statesman

Austin Interfaith, with allies, is fighting for a non-punitive utility debt repayment plan that would allow the Austin Energy to reclaim money it, in many cases, did not bill for – but without hurting the families affected. Read more about Austin Interfaith Fights for Fair Utilities Debt Repayment Plan

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Sr. Christine Stephens, Sr. Pearl Ceasar, Sr. Gabriela Lohan, Austin Interfaith, COPS/ Metro

Works of IAF Nuns & West / Southwest IAF Credentialed

Friday, June 27, 2014
National Catholic Reporter

The works of Sr. Christine Stephens, Sr. Pearl Ceasar and Sr. Gabriella Lohan of the West / Southwest IAF are documented and celebrated in this special National Catholic Reporter report. Read more about Works of IAF Nuns & West / Southwest IAF Credentialed

West / Southwest IAF

Austin Interfaith, Secure Communities, Sheriff Hamilton, Resolution 99, Immigration, CIR

Austin Interfaith & Allies Win Vote Against 'Secure Communities'

Friday, June 27, 2014
The Horn & Telemundo

Austin Interfaith and immigration rights allies celebrated a unanimous vote by Austin City Council condemning Travis County's cooperation with Secure Communities and ordering the City Manager to explore alternatives to booking with the County jail. Read more about Austin Interfaith & Allies Win Vote Against 'Secure Communities'

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Affordable Housing, Gentrification, Austin Interfaith, Capital IDEA, Jesse Posner

As Austin Becomes More Expensive, Some Fight to Keep It Affordable

Sunday, January 5, 2014
Austin American Statesman & others

When Koreena Malone was confronted with the possibility of losing her home to a developer with a plan, she relied on her experience with Capital IDEA to save her home. Read more about As Austin Becomes More Expensive, Some Fight to Keep It Affordable

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