CIC AmeriCorps member Dija is a talented actress and filmmaker. Her latest film, “Love, Jordan,” is about teen suicide and is sure to provide the basis for important discussions around Indy. Dija Henry talking to
If you are excited about the Story Lab for "Images from the Border" on June 13, you'll want to check out some of these upcoming workshops.
The opioid epidemic and other public-health emergencies are being aggravated by failings in the criminal-justice system.
Here are a few more resources to get a head start on the Interfaith Coalition for Mental Health's discussion of prison ministries and mental wellness.
How should we celebrate this UN-declared holiday in order to showcase and strengthen Central Indiana? The UN suggests: eat!
Next up for Interfaith Coalition for Mental Health: The final luncheon of the season, on prison ministries. What and who should you know in advance?
Jesse Kharbanda and Ian McIntosh tell us about May 18's hike.
No other genocide connected science and inhumanity the way the Holocaust did. How does that shape medical ethics today?
The Indianapolis community was deeply involved in the movement to free Soviet Jews. Join in a panel discussion and Q&A with community members who were personally involved. It is not just history; it is home.
Faryal Khatri provides this report on the sights (and sites) of Istanbul and the beginning of Ramadan
May 15 th — Our friends at the National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI) list some of these issues:
Faryal Khatri continues her report from Istanbul, pausing to appreciate the city before Ramadan begins
To prepare for my trip and for Ramadan, I want to take a moment to reflect on the importance of this beloved month. Remembering the meaning, significance, and benefits of Ramadan is a great way to prepare.
Center for Interfaith Cooperation & Watch Club's Youth Summer Camp runs July 22-26 & July 29- August 2, 2019, at the Indiana Interchurch Center. Register now, you don't want your kids to miss this unique intercultural opportunity.
Unitarians, IVY Tech international students, and enthusiasts of Camino de Santiago came together April 27th to walk and talk the Spiritual Trail.
It's part of the increasing amount of religious programming offered by Indy Pride this year.