Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center (IJPC) educates and advocates for peace, challenges unjust local, national, and global systems, and promotes the creation of nonviolent society. IJPC’s peace program includes non-violence trainings, anti-war organizing, Days of Dialogue and Truth is Recruiting campaign. The immigration program’s Loving Our Immigrant Neighbor workshop provides information and answers practical questions. Youth Educating Society (YES) educates about the immigration system, provides leadership training for young adult immigrants and connects immigrant advocates within local universities. IJPC works for the abolition of death penalty in Ohio and beyond. Families that Matter bring together people who have or had loved ones on Ohio’s death row for mutual support and advocacy training. Working with Ohioans to Stop Executions (OTSE), IJPC educates around the death penalty, provides petitions asking for clemency and holds prayer witnesses during each execution.