IndyCAN applauds Council for taking a step toward inclusion by letting the voters decide on transit expansion this November. Transit triples the number of hard-hit families able to access jobs, revitalizes struggling neighborhoods."
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IndyCAN Prophetic Voters have accounted for 3% of every ballot cast in Indianapolis — up to 10% of voters in some neighborhoods — in recent elections! This block of faithful voters is sending a clear message to elected officials: Jobs Not Jails!
We slammed the brakes on jail expansion. We held 2,200 sacred conversations on race and faith. And we transformed Indianapolis! Read more about our victories in 2015.
June 23, 2016
Some Indiana faith leaders and the undocumented immigrants who worship with them aren’t giving up after Thursday’s Supreme Court decision.
June 21, 2016
conversation on poverty as part of "Chasing the Dream," we discuss the importance of mass transit to the working poor. Charlie Davis, Indianapolis resident whose employment and ability to age in place has been impacted by lack of public transportation.
June 16, 2016
Vigil at Christ Church Cathedral mourns the lives lost in Orlando and calls for gun reform.
Forty-nine candles were lit in honor of the 49 victims of the Orlando shooting. The clergy also stand in unison on the controversial gun debate, saying it's time to find a solution to guns getting in the hands of the wrong people.
Make Indy a Fairer City, Help Expand Transit Today!
We slammed the brakes on jail expansion. We held 2,200 sacred conversations on race and faith. And we transformed Indianapolis! Read more about our victories in 2015!
Check out the ways IndyCAN leaders are engaging together to advance economic and racial equity. Because of you, mass transit moved forward, good jobs opened up, 5 million immigrants got relief, and Hoosiers are unlocking the power of people.
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