Punching Holes of Light Into the Darkness of Injustice — VICPP Spring Meeting

Sunlight breaking through clouds over the ocean.

The Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy (VICPP)
James River Chapter
will be hosting its Spring Meeting
on March 5, 2024, 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
on Zoom.

REGISTER HERE

Please join us for the upcoming “Almost-Spring” Meeting of the James River Chapter of the VICPP. There will be reports from VICPP Executive Director Kim Bobo and staff on what is happening in the Virginia General Assembly. Also, there will be information on our ongoing plans following last April’s RAWTools event and our ongoing plans to turn guns into garden tools.

Punching Holes of Light Into the Darkness of Injustice

VICPP Guest Speakers:

Kim Bobo, Executive Director
Salim Khalfani, Criminal Justice Organizer
Robert Lester, Civic Engagement Coordinator
Sheila Herlihy Hennessee, Faith Organizer

Special Guest Speakers:

Founder of RAWTools South, Blacksmith Scotty Utz“Guns to Garden Project”
Hospital Violence Intervention Program Coordinator, January Serda

Please contact John Gregoire for additional information.


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Founded in 1982, VICPP is the largest statewide advocacy voice for the faith community in Virginia.  The organization focuses primarily on issues of racial, social, and economic justice. Historically VICPP has been a leader on poverty issues, working on expanding school breakfast programs, reducing predatory lending, and advocating Medicaid expansion. Today it focuses on racial justice, immigrant rights, and economic justice issues like requiring employers to offer paid sick days. VICPP engages people of faith and goodwill in advocating for justice in Virginia’s policies and practices through education, prayer, and action.

One of the ways the UUFP supports VICPP is through its Share-the-Basket (fourth Sunday) offerings!