Join IPP, The Beloved Community, and our partners, as we seek to reduce violence in our community through understanding and addressing its root causes. Last year in Louisville there were 173 deaths and 550 non-fatal gunshots, making it one of the most violent years in our history. It will take all of us, playing our unique roles, to address the psycho/social complexities that lead to violence and that bring healing. Below are a few ways you can get involved. Programs will be conducted via IPP's Zoom, unless otherwise noted. For more information on how to participate via Zoom click here.
Tuesday, March 9th | 6:00 to 8:00 PM Eastern Time
FREE - Registration Required: bit.ly/reckoning1
Reckoning Forums highlight Louisvillians doing the work of building a racial justice city. During the first part of the March Forum, we will hear their stories and passions for change. During the second part, we will enter smaller breakout groups to hear more about their work and discern practical ways to provide support.
Come ready to listen, be inspired, and take action!
This month's Truth Tellers:
Dr. Steven Kniffley, Savvy Shabazz, Richard Whitlock, Jr., and Aubrey Willams
Thursdays at 3:00 PM Eastern Time
Free - No Registration
Learning Labs will be held on IPP's Zoom Channel and Facebook Live
Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/9847872987
FEB 4th - What Works?: Research on Violence Reduction
FEB 11th - Raising Awareness and Shaping a New Narrative: The Roles of Art and Media in Reducing Violence
FEB 18th - Who is doing What?: A Panel of Organizational Stakeholders