2023 ICPJ Annual Meeting
Thursday, June 22nd, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM EDT
Ann Arbor Friends Meeting House is at 1416 Hill Street, one block west of Hill & Washtenaw. (Ride Route #4) Limited parking available behind Ann Arbor Friends Meeting House (accessible between Lincoln & Olivia, off Hill Street). Additional parking available on the side streets. This event space has an elevator lift and stairs. Weather permitting, we will utilize indoor & outdoor space.
The next 18 months is critical for the future of democracy. ICPJ is building our collective capacity to organize for safe, accessible, transparent, and just elections and democratic processes. We are creating space for Compassionate Community Conversations -- spaces where folks are supported to listen with compassion and to build understanding and empathy across differences. We are organizing to protect historically marginalized communities' access to voting and community decision-making processes. And we're partnering with others to provide educational information -- including candidate forums that center racial and economic justice.
At the 2023 ICPJ Annual Meeting, we'll share information and dive deeper into the ways that we can support one another's efforts to "Build Community Power & Practice Democracy". Join us for the organizingconversations!
We also have business to attend to:
1) We'll be holding elections for ICPJ Board Members
2) We'll vote on ICPJ Bylaw revisions here.
If you have questions or ideas, contact Dez & Eleanore: [email protected]
Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice centers racial and economic justice as we address the root causes of violence from oppression, poverty, environmental devastation, patriarchy, and war.
We wage love and practice nonviolence in all its forms through education, community organizing, advocacy, and direct action. We unite across our differences and empower leadership in people to create the change we need for a more peaceful and just world.