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On September 22, 2020, interfaith leaders gathered at Waterfront Park in Louisville, KY, with a message of peace, unity, and hope for the community ahead of the decision on the Breonna Taylor case. Interfaith Paths to Peace and Center For Interfaith Relations co-hosted this and other events for the Louisville Prays initiative.
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On June 7, 2020, Interfaith Paths to Peace and Sowers of Justice Network held an Interfaith prayer vigil seeking racial justice for our city and a re-dedication of our faith values to work for a more just society. The vigil was held at Central Park in Louisville, Kentucky.
On March 13, 2020, interfaith leaders gathered at Jefferson Square Park in Louisville, KY, to address a faithful response to the COVID-19 crisis. This event was hosted by Interfaith Paths to Peace and Drepung Gomang Center for Engaging Compassion. See the link below for news coverage and video from the event.
Interfaith Paths to Peace (IPP) is a grassroots community peacemaking organization located in Louisville, Kentucky. Established in 1996, we have been serving the community for over two decades bringing people of different faiths, races, cultures, traditions, and philosophies together for the purpose of interfaith understanding and social justice based on the principles of peace. We do this mainly through the three pathways of educating, peacemaking, and collaborating. Our vision is to leave a more peaceful world for future generations. Together, working for peace! For more about IPP click here
Conducting educational programs to build a better world for future generations
Coordinating events that foster peace, understanding, and cooperation in our community
Connecting individuals and organizations to engage in social change