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National Week of Prophetic Resistance kicked off with A Day Without Immigrants and Workers March

Learn why we marched, how Sonia’s personal testimony caught the attention of all who attended. Also, IndyCAN Watch hotline launches. Download wallet cards and keep them handy. Read the article.

UN DIA SIN IMIGRANTE. Aprenda porque marchemos, como el testimonio de Sonia llamo nuestra attencion. Tambien lanzamos ‘IndyCANWatch‘ el telefono que puedes llamar si ICE llega a su puerta. Baja las tarjetitas y llevanselos consigo. Mas en la pagina en espanol.


LIVE FREE Summit & Mayor Hogsett launch initiatives to end mass incarceration and gun violence

Read why leaders committed to contacting hundreds of people at the summit, and how Mayor Joe Hogsett re-instated his violence-reduction program, modeled after the success of Operation: Ceasefire. Read the article.


Before the Senate decides: What you can do to fight the passing of the American Health Care Act

Could it really happen that more than 1.2 million Hoosiers could lose their health insurance? Two hundred seventeen members of the US House of Representatives are betting on it. Learn which ones—and whom you can call to help stop the bill. Also, find out how IndyCAN is following through on promises made during the IndyCAN Health Care Town Hall last month. Read the article.


IndyCAN welcomes newly ordained eleventh Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis

The Right Rev. Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows is passionate about social justice, preventing gun violence. Learn more about her passions, how a program she designed in Chicago is successfully reducing gun violence there, which Scripture passage means the most to her and why she believes the faith community is powerful in effecting change. Read the article.


CTS offers class to prepare clergy for these times: Organizing Communities of Prophetic Resistance

IndyCAN is partnering with Christian Theological Seminary (CTS) to bring a weeklong intensive course about community organizing to Indianapolis clergy and lay leaders. Find out how to register—and do so by this Friday, May 26. Can’t attend the course? We’re hosting a symposium and reception that might interest you. Read the article.


Four IndyCAN activists attend national youth organizing summit

Mercedes Morris, Montez “Ace” Williams, Derris “D.” Ross and Ashley Thomas – are all passionate community activists in Indianapolis. Find out what these Indy leaders learned that will help them change our city for years to come. Read the article.


Open position: Communications director

Know someone who is a master storyteller — someone who’s passionate about bringing race and power to the center of the popular agenda? Forward this job description to everyone you know!


Major events


Ongoing events

Clergy Council, June 1, 10 a.m. Location to be announced.

Clergy, committee, team and board members: 
Update your calendars!

The full calendar for 2017 has been updated on the IndyCAN website. Please take a moment and update your own calendar with all important dates. Thank you!


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