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Founded in 1993, Worcester Interfaith (WI) is a multi-issue, multi-racial broad based community organization, comprised of 21 dues-paying institutions that reflect the religious, racial, ethnic and geographic diversity of the city. Worcester Interfaith has built bridges between congregational and community leaders and across religious, socio-economic, racial and ethnic boundaries to accomplish much in the areas of jobs, neighborhood improvements, public safety, education and youth, and draw attention to the disproportionate ways in which these issues affect low-income and minority populations.

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February 2, 2022

Gun Violence

‘Watered down’ — Some Brockton activists say police reform bill didn’t go far enough

 The police reform bill recently signed into law by Gov. Charlie Baker has left some community activists in Brockton frustrated, saying the legislation…

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February 1, 2022

Gun Violence

NAACP, Pioneer Valley Project criticize pace of Springfield police reform, call on DOJ to issue ‘consent decree’

SPRINGFIELD - Saying the city has not acted quickly enough to address police misconduct in the seven months since a critical Department…

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January 27, 2022

Gun Violence

Worcester council discusses local implementation of statewide police reform law

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – As the recovery process continues for the Martin Luther King Jr. Community Presbyterian Church in Springfield, multiple organizations…

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