Expanding transit has the power to improve the lives of thousands of Hoosiers. How? Click here to watch our video and hear real, personal stories of Indy residents like Alpha, who lost an important job opportunity due to current transit limitations.
In wake of recent violence and over-criminalization of people of color, IndyCAN holds Mayor to his promise to keep non-violent, low-level offenders at home instead of behind bars thru diversion programs, pre-trial release, & transitional jobs. JOIN US!
If you're one of the IndyCAN leaders planning to lead part of our overall efforts to reach 80,000 voters this summer and fall, you want easy access to the tools that will make it easier for you. Click here, and find them on the Ticket to Opportunity page.
Despite the Supreme Court's split decision on DAPA/DACA, IndyCAN stands with our brothers and sisters who dream of full, lawful citizenship in this country. Click to watch news coverage about faith leaders rallying with undocumented immigrants.
July 12, 2016
From musicians, to activists to members of the clergy, many people came together to create an action plan of what they can do next after the weekend of vigils and rallies in Indianapolis.
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.
We need dozens of volunteers to talk with voters by phone this fall. You can help lead Indy to the Ticket to Opportunity by urging voters to vote YES for transit this fall. Sign up for a phone bank shift today!
Many wonder with continued violence and over-criminalization of people of color, how can clergy respond? Join faith leaders from across the region to strategize how to awaken and empower the prophetic leadership of the faith community.
Our Ticket to Opportunity video is full of personal stories of those whose lives have been affected by a limited transit system in Indianapolis. This is why we do what we do! We must vote YES to expanded transit this fall!
IndyCAN's Ticket to Opportunity platform is built on three faith values: Inclusion, God's abundance and keeping families together. In 2016, we aim to move more than 25,000 voters to the polls to vote YES to expanding mass transit in Indianapolis.
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