From Sister Tess:

“This is a follow up to 2016 entries, and to the Oct. 12, 2017, Newsline. Four of us have been involved in the Moral Movement Mass, Massachusetts.”

Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for a Moral Revival

Co-Chairs: Rev William Barber, (Repairers of the Breach); and Rev Liz Theoharis, (Kairos Center), have recently completed a 15 state tour. They included the New England Revival at Trinity Church in Boston MA, on October 19, 2017.

The call to action (now through June 2018) across the US is to:
1) End Racism,
2) End Poverty/Income Inequality,
3) End Militarism,
4) End Ecological Destruction.

At Trinity Church, Boston there were over 1000 diverse participants from the interfaith, worker-led, and low-income communities. These included SCNs Ann Whittaker, Anne Marie O’Shea and Tess Browne (co-coordinator of the interfaith prayer); and SCNA Eugenie Coakley ( statistician; and analysis of income inequality impact in Eastern Mass).

Poor People’s Campaign

December 4, 2017, Washington, DC: National Press Conference (10:00a.m.), and launch (7:00p.m). JOIN THE LAUNCH via Live Streaming at Repairers of the Breach, breachrepairers.org.

Click here for more.

December 4th will be the 50th anniversary of the 1967 launch of the Poor People’s Campaign by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, and SCLC (Southern Christian Leadership Corps).

Poor People’s Campaign–Why important today.

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