‘Our democracy is in peril’: Women risk arrest in voting rights protest in D.C.
U.S. Capitol Police arrested about 100 women for civil disobedience at the march outside the U.S. Supreme Court's ornate building on Capitol Hill on Monday, 7/19/21.
Ahead of Biden’s Philly speech, anti-poverty advocates urge Congress to act on voting rights, minimum wage, filibuster
“This is not just a Black civil rights issue,” The Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II, the co-chairman of the Poor People’s Campaign, said. “It’s also an issue for everyone who cares about democracy. Our democracy is at stake.”
Advocates for Pa.’s poor call for a ‘just budget’: What would that look like? | Tuesday Morning Coffee
"My hope is that those people will turn away from the golden calf and fight for what is righteous," Rabbi Michael Pollack said.
Barber, Poor People’s Campaign call for ‘3rd Reconstruction’ | Tuesday Morning Coffee
The question posed by the Rev. Dr. William Barber on the real cost of inequality, and the toll it exacts on all of us, demands an answer.
The Poor People’s Campaign: Worthy of Quaker support then and now
We need the Poor People’s Campaign and other mass movements to grow until racism, materialism, and militarism are dismantled. Join us.