Faith in Action International’s newest organizing project, Organisation Peuple Œcuménique pour le Developpment du Nord-Est (OPODNE), was formally launched in August 2014 by 100 leaders from across Northeast Haiti who approved their constitution, elected officers, and pledged to put their faith in action to improve the quality of life for the many families facing poverty and marginalization.

Leaders gather weekly to tackle issues fundamental to the survival of their children and families. Communities are organizing their labor for basic sanitation, establishing computer training centers for youth, building roads to get their crops to market, and forming cooperatives to establish a source of income.

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January 14, 2021

Michigan Faith in Action Responds to Gov. Snyder’s Indictment Over Flint Water Crisis

For Immediate Release: January 14, 2021 Contact: Erin Williams | | 202-748-0699 FLINT, MI - On Tuesday, it was announced that…

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January 9, 2021

Gun Violence, Mass Incarceration

South Bend mayor puts the brakes on police ‘discipline matrix,’ wants time for public input

SOUTH BEND — Mayor James Mueller is asking the city’s Board of Public Safety to table the proposed “discipline matrix” for police…

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Economic Dignity

Raise Up NH Coalition Praises House Passage Of $15 Minimum Wage Bill

Raise Up NH, a coalition of faith, labor, and grassroots community organizations convened by the Granite State Organizing Project offered its congratulations…

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