Austin Interfaith

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Austin Interfaith Hosting Civic Academy

Austin Interfaith believes power comes in two forms: organized people, and organized money. This fact remains unchanged, but the nature of power in Austin has changed.  For generations Austin has been governed by an at-large system of government. Voter turnout of less than 5% allowed a small minority of people to determine the policies made … Continue reading

Interfaith Panel on Immigration Reform

Interfaith religious leaders from Central Texas will gather for “Why Immigration Reform?” a conference on the need for humane immigration reform.  The conference will be held on Sunday, October 6, from 3 to 5:30 p.m. at St. Martin’s Evangelical Lutheran Church at 606 West 15th St. in Austin. The conference is free and open to … Continue reading