Who We Are

The Institute for Community Peace (ICP) is a national organization that transforms community by changing the structures that cause social problems. ICP integrates practice, research, and innovation to support a broad audience of local and national partners. Supported by research, our structural change model places community will as the central driver of structural change. Our work also supports equal partnership among community and the larger domains in which they are embedded in the resolution of enduring social problems.



The Invisible Net
by Danell Crossposted 6/18/2014 9:00:27 AM
In 1970 the factory industry was at its peak in the Metcalfe Park neighborhood. From Center Street to Wright Street ten factories lined the 30th street corridor. These included Berber Kelling, Standard ...

Confronting the Structures of Race
by Vincenza Kamwendoposted 6/18/2014 9:00:20 AM
During the past months the country has been witness to several events that illuminate our national relationship with race and power under a neoliberal frame. A series of racist remarks dominated the public's ...

Structural Change 101
by ICP Bloggerposted 6/12/2014 11:16:46 AM
During the 1960s and 1970s, decades of social justice efforts were catalyzed with policy and legislative victors in the racial justice, women’s rights and anti- war movements. The values lifted, strategies employed ...


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