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(9)The Poor People's Campaign:
A National Call for Moral Revival



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Farm Aid 33
Saturday, September 22, 2018 on the lands
of the Mohican, now called Connecticut
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~We the People Promise~



Learn from our Mistakes.





     Create Peace and Happiness.                                      





     Interact with No Harm.                                                              





Teach through Kind Action.      





                               Experience Wilderness Quiet.


         Sacred Flute*
Kelly's Sacred Rites
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Share Our Bliss,                           
                                                                        Dance and Song.



                                                                                          Build Green.
                 Protect and Care.



          Recycle, Reuse and Create
                                                                          Sustainable Systems.



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        Her Animals, Land,     
  Plants, Water, and Air                                                                 

  

Queen of Soul
Aretha Franklin*(389 mins)
Be Jahmin'!  Earthstrong ~ March 25, 1942 - August 16, 2018 ~
   
                             1964                                                                                                                                 2017

Motown*(271 mins)


Poor People ROCK!

Dateline: Babylon













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War, Bob and Ziggy Marley & Buds





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Honor*(356 mins)


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Mother Earth ROCKS!




Love You, Mom!




                              We Are the People Known as Earth*(249 mins)
Dixie Chicks, Neil  Young with Promise of the Real and  Buds Be a Jahmin'!





             Dateline Love*(257 mins)   





               Love.
Peace. Music. Respect. Honor. Family.               




 Outdoor is Outdoors.
I checked the back fence,
now checkin' the north fence.



Musical Debut!
 


Macs using Safari >> Fence Check .mov**(38 mins)

A Bob's Camp Irie!  musical debut la Ipod 6 touch & IMovie

PC's or Macs NOT using Safari:
Fence Check the movie








Outdoor Bob last winter





My Home, Indy River Retreat, was once a primitive
and pristine ecosystem, just 100 years ago. Restoration
is underway for almost forty years, now; from an
efin
factory-style hog raisin' scheme that totally
ruined her
former beautiful, wildlife-rich mesquite bosque.

Similar ecological destruction of our Mother Earth will also
require massive restoration. Bringing her back from the brink
of complete ruin is not a choice, but a mandate, NOW!
I have
been bustin' ass for twenty-five years in her restoration back
to sustainability, often having to repel the thoughtlessness of
neighbors, who daily let loose their pets day and night. I've
caught many tress-passers by sheer luck. Thievery included.
Right up to, my run-in with the disastrous, the life destroying,
a so-called health system that the bankster criminals have
forced upon all of us.
I'm okay, today, barely surviving, 50%
back from a totally preventable stroke, (caused by the ineptness
and lack of training by a for-profit and corrupt rural provider).

 
I am threatened by banksters every day. Being poor, like I am, is
the outcome of purposeful, directed violence by others. Perpetrated
by a relatively small number of insane ethnic-rich elites, intent on
colonizing the entire planet. Poverty came from the sin of greed, by
taking many times more than is needed from others.
It so happens to
have created and perpetuated an immoral class of elites and criminals;

a white supremacy and a class-division that must be resisted at all costs.
But peacefully, non-violently and relentlessly.
AND pursued - every efin' day!










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Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II 
Prez & Sr. Lecturer
at Repairers of the Breach
&
Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis,
are co-chairs of:
The Poor People's Campaign:
A National Call For Moral Revival
The Gathering is the podcast and Medium is the blog
In AZ:
Arizona Poor People's Campaign:
A National Call for Moral Revival





Irie!


(9)Poor People's Campaign: A
National Call for Moral Revival



~

Clergy of We the Poor:

January 9, 2017


The Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II with Muslim, Jewish, Christian, and other moral leaders
at the US Capitol building on Jan. 9 2017, following a #MoralMarch and protest
against the nomination of former Sen. Jeff Sessions for US Attorney General.






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January 21, 2017
The Women’s March on Washington took place
on the National Mall one day after the Inauguration.
The speaking program included remarks from advocates,
activists, entertainers, and faith leaders
~ C-SPAN




Millions Protest Worldwide
Hundreds of Thousands March in Protest ~ The Intercept


March 24, 2017
"Gun Violence Affects Us All!
Black And White, Rich And Poor,
Young And Old"






Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II joined youth leaders at a pre-rally for the #MarchForOurLives on Saturday, March 24, 2018. Below is a transcript of his remarks:

"I’m here today because I took a vow to follow this brown-skinned Palestinian Jew named Jesus who stood up in the public square of his own day and said, “Enough!”

My tradition teaches me to always trust the young people who have the courage to stand up and say, “Enough!”

In ancient Israel, it was the teenager David who said “Enough!” to the tyranny of Goliath’s loud-mouthed intimidation.

In Jesus’ day, it was a young boy who shared his lunch with 5,000 people and, by some miracle, had more than enough to feed everyone and collect leftovers.

In the great vision of the prophet Isaiah, the text says that in the peaceable kingdom, the lion and the the lamb shall lie down together. But they’re not just going to decide to do it on their own. No, the prophet says, “a little child shall lead them.”

I stopped by today to tell you that young folk have always been called to led us toward a more perfect union.

Barbara Johns was a student like you when she led a walk out at her school in Virginia to protest segregation, starting the movement that led to the Brown v Board of Education decision.

When the civil rights movement had lost its energy after the monumental victory of the Montgomery Bus Boycott, it was black students and white students together who started the sit-in movement, led the Freedom Rides, and saved the Movement by forming the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee.

When the local movement in Birmingham, Alabama, was at an impasse and even Dr. King going to jail on Easter weekend could not shake Bull Conner’s iron grip on that city, it was the children who stood up and said, “Enough is enough. We will march.”

A little child shall lead them. The prophet declares it and history attests it is true. So we are here today to acknowledge and bless your leadership. You stand today in a great tradition of young people who have helped to transform this nation at moments of great moral crisis.

But if we as a people are to follow you toward the country we have never yet been, we must be clear about the crisis we face. Despite your clear and collective cry of “Never Again,” the state legislature in Florida proposed to fight violence with violence and passed legislation that would authorize teachers to carry guns in schools.

Jesus told us that those “who live by the sword will die by the sword,” (Matthew 26:52). No good can come from militarizing our teachers in classrooms. There have already been instances of guns accidentally going off in classrooms, yet many politicians think instead of creating stronger background checks, or banning assault rifles, that arming our teachers is the best way to prevent another tragedy.

Clearly many lawmakers have been bought by the National Rifle Association (NRA) and are choosing to prioritize their own ambition and wealth over the well-being of our children, families, and other individuals. No one in this nation needs an assault rifle to protect themselves or hunt, yet many of our elected representatives refuse to remove assault weapons from the streets because their campaigns are funded by the very companies that profit from making and selling these guns.

Politicians don’t trust young people under the age of 21 to consume alcohol, but they trust them to own guns.

The solutions we need are common sense, simple and wanted by a majority of people across this country, yet a majority of politicians refuse to do anything about it.

Meanwhile, we have seen 30 mass shootings already in 2018 — more than the the rest of the world has experienced in decades.

According to the CDC, nearly 100 people will die today — and everyday this year — from gun violence.

Why do lawmakers who refuse to listen to the voices of the American people continue to sit in seats of power? The influence of gun money, through groups like the NRA, is part of the story. But money alone is not enough. The same politicians who refuse to pass sensible gun reform are also suppressing your votes. Since 2010, 24 states have passed voter suppression bills that target African-Americans, Latinos, poor people and students.

They accept money from the NRA and then turn around and close down polling places, limit early voting, and gerrymander their districts so that they continue to accept that money and not have to deal with the consequences. We’ve got to be clear about this moral crisis: an extremely wealthy oligarchy is determined to hold onto power by subverting democracy and pitting Americans against one another along the lines of race. But America’s original sin threatens us all in this present crisis. We must be clear about our crisis. If the house is on fire, no one can save just their own room.

Violence has tainted the heart of our democracy for far too long. The Second Amendment itself was crafted to equip slave patrols with guns in order to prevent uprisings or retrieve runaway slaves. The state of Virginia required this provision in exchange for their ratification of the U.S. Constitution because numerous slave uprisings had occurred throughout the South and they did not believe that non-slave holding states would invest federal resources to put down slave rebellions.

We better read that Second Amendment that the NRA is always talking about. Why does it guarantee the right to bear arms? It says it right there: “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State…” The Second Amendment wasn’t passed to guarantee federal protection of citizens’ rights to hunt and defend themselves. No, states rights was always about the South protecting the property rights of people who believed they could own other people. We’ve never repented of that racism at the heart of this nation’s history. Now, it threats all of our children.

The rates of gun violence in the top 10 states with the weakest gun laws are over three times higher than the states with the strongest gun laws.

Militarization of our police and racial bias has led to increased violence against communities of color. Young black men are nine times more likely to be killed at the hands of police because of this. Politicians constantly want to throw the blame of gun violence onto gangs — so-called “black-on-black” crime — but this gun violence issue is not a strictly black and white matter, nor an urban and rural matter. This is a national matter that affects us all. Black and white, rich and poor, young and old.

How many of our children have to be murdered in their classrooms before Congress decides that enough is enough? How many people have to be gunned down while their heads are bent as they pray in churches? How many innocent bystanders at a concert? A club? Our local and congressional leaders have sat by idly for too long and have allowed too many innocents to die because they refuse to act.

But it’s not just the guns that are killing us. It is clear that the extremists in the White House, Congress and statehouses who refuse to ban assault weapons are the same individuals who dismantle affordable health care and let people die. They have reappropriated taxes to the rich, worked to suppress voting rights, stripped away environmental protections, and refused to raise living wages.

After Dr. King was taken from us by gun violence, his widow, Corretta Scott King, was once asked about America’s addiction to violence. “I must remind you,” she said, “that starving a child is violence. Neglecting school children is violence. Punishing a mother and her family is violence. Discrimination against a working man is violence. Ghetto housing is violence. Ignoring medical need is violence. Contempt for poverty is violence.”

My sisters and brothers, if we’re going to say, “Enough” to violence, We must challenge all of these violent policies with a united nonviolent movement and massive voter mobilization.

The Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival is linking up with youth movements across the country to say that enough is enough.

We will not remain quiet while our children, friends, and neighbors continue to be gunned down. We will rise up and cry out for justice and we will not stop until our voices are heard. If you have had enough of the extremist and immoral agendas that these corrupt politicians are promoting, if you are tired of seeing deaths and violence on your television screens night after night, then I encourage you to join us.



~


April 3, 2017

The Souls of Poor Folk: Auditing America
50 Years After the Poor People’s Campaign
Press Conference**
(youtube)





December 4, 2017

Washington – On Monday, 50 years to the day after
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and others called for the
original Poor People’s Campaign, organizers will
announce a new moral movement to challenge the
enmeshed evils of systemic racism, poverty, the war
economy, ecological devastation and America’s
distorted national morality
** (fb)  - Audio*(26 mins)











Faith leaders, media personalities and musicians
graced the Howard Theater stage to support the
newly revived Poor People’s Campaign
~  COLORLINES


                                  The Howard Theater In Washington DC** ~ youtube (177 mins)

~

January 14, 2018


  Sunday, January 14, 2018, Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II and
others marched in protest to trump tower after a Spiritual Gathering.


If you were in New York City:

"Today, we’re holding a commemorative interfaith service event
honoring
the life and legacy of Dr. King with a call for the nation to
enlist in the
Poor People's Campaign: A National Call For Moral Revival.


Following the service, Rev. Dr. James A. Forbes, Jr. and I will lead
the congregation in a march to Trump Tower, where we will deliver a
prayerful call for repentance for Trump and extremists members of the
administration and Congress. We call on moral agents across this nation
to stand up and take prayerful #MoralAction."
Mayor DeBlasio was there!





















~


January 20, 2018

Women's March January 20, 2018
Washington, D.C.
~ NY Times

 
                        





January 21, 2018

Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II joined Women’s
March organizers in Las Vegas, Nevada




January 30, 2018

Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II,
The State Of Our Union Is Divisive
And Needs A Moral Intervention


President Trump’s first year in office was marked by extremism in his administration and in Congressional leadership that shutdown the government by pitting sick children who need health care against scared children who need protection from deportation, all as leverage for building a dehumanizing, unnecessary, and demonic wall.
Attacks on communities of color, the poor, and other vulnerable populations have been the policy agenda of this administration — from the enactment of the Muslim travel ban to repeated attempts to take health care from millions of Americans, to open support for white supremacists like Thomas Farr, Trump’s nominee to the federal bench whom Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee have already voted to move forward in 2018.
We live in a time where states and the administration are actively working to undermine voting rights. In his first few weeks in office, President Trump formed a so-called voter fraud commission on the belief that three million undocumented immigrants voted in the 2016 election. The commission was authorized to seek voter registration data from Texas identifying all voters with Hispanic surnames. Though the commission was discontinued, the administration continues to deny the real issue of voter suppression in this country.
With the support of extremists in the Republican-led Congress, President Trump has sought to destroy our economic democracy by enacting an immoral tax bill built on the backs of America’s poor in order to benefit the wealthy. Congress gave corporations a 21 percent tax rate. Now they get to keep 79 percent of their profits, leaving the poor and working class to pick up the tab. We haven’t seen a transfer of wealth this extreme since slavery stole the labor of 4 million women and men to benefit the plantation class.
The tax law Republicans have celebrated as their great policy win is a shameless gift to the wealthy that will hurt poor whites, poor blacks, and poor brown communities. State budgets across the country depend on state income, sales, and property taxes as primary sources of revenue for their operating budgets. The tax law will limit the deduction for state and local taxes (SALT). If states wish to prevent this tax hike, they will be forced to make up lost revenue by choosing between cutting critical programs such as education and health care, or forcing vulnerable communities to pay higher taxes. According to analysis by the National Education Association, this could jeopardize state funding for more than 130,000 education jobs, including 2,500 in North Carolina.
While President Trump has been so focused on building a racist wall on our southern border, he has failed to build up a functioning infrastructure and an immigration plan that provides paths to citizenship, not punishment for people whose labor has built this nation and who want to make this country their home. As we found in our preliminary report for the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call For Moral Revival — “The Souls of Poor Folk” — discretionary spending in 2016 allotted almost four times more for the military than for people’s lives at home — with $630 billion for the military versus $183 billion for education, jobs, housing and other basic human needs. Budgets are moral documents and congressional and political leadership at every level should be focusing investments towards our nation’s 140 million poor and working poor people.
I’m often reminded of the Prophet Isaiah who said, “Woe unto them that decree unrighteous decrees, and that write grievousness, which they have prescribed; To turn aside the needy from judgment, and to take away the right from the poor of my people, that widows may be their prey, and that they may rob the fatherless.” (Isaiah 10: 1–2).
To stand with our immigrant, refugee, and poor sisters and brothers is to stand with God, who calls us to love and welcome the stranger.
I cry for all who have been impacted by extremists at the hands of immoral political leaders and systemic policy-violence, but we must remember that President Trump and extremists in the Republican-led Congress are simply a symptom of the real sickness of this nation. There is a moral deficit that allows so many to applaud and pray for this immoral agenda that fails to ensure domestic tranquility, promote the general welfare or establish justice. The most glaring irony is that the very people who embraced Trump’s extreme rhetoric — poor and working whites in the South — are, in raw numbers, the ones who are hurt the most by these extreme policies.
It is our moral responsibility to create a country built on policies that benefit all, not just the wealthy. We need a moral public policy agenda that uplifts the poor and communities of color. We must build a country that aims to serve everyone. We need leaders in our government who understand the #StateofOurUnion is divisive and demands a moral intervention.
President Trump’s first year in office makes clear that he not only campaigned with extreme rhetoric, but he and all who enable him have made extremism their policy agenda. Standing down is not an option. It’s movement time in America.
If you care about the heart and soul of this nation, please join the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call For Moral Revival in 40 days of direct action starting this spring. To learn more, visit www.poorpeoplescampaign.org.
Will you join us?





Feb 19, 2018

Mass Meeting* (137 mins)

                  Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II*(19 mins)
                  Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis*(26 mins)
             Moral Revival Choir*(22 mins)

 


 

April 19, 2018


The Enduring Challenge of a Moral Economy:
50 Years After Dr. King Challenged Racism,
Poverty, and Militarism**
 - Audio* (120 mins)

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) joined Rev. William Barber at Duke University Chapel












The Poor People's Choir Mothers Day 2018:
Somebody is Hurting My Brother and Its Gone on
Far Too Long*Yara Allen sings and conducts the Justice Choir
(4 mins)



May 13, 2018

Mothers Day
The Poor People's Campaign: A National Call for
Moral Revival 40-Days of Moral Fusion Launches.



First Sunday Fusion Mass Meeting!** Audio*(124 mins)
National City Christian Church, 5 Thomas Cir NW, Washington, D.C.





~

Week One
May 13 - 19, 2018
40 Days of Direct Moral Fusion Actions
in 41 State Capitols Across the U.S.

~

Focused Issues
Women, Youth, the Disabled and Children in
Poverty and the Right to Education:





Monday, May 14

Live - Washington, D.C.** - Audio*(157 mins)
Arrest video**
- Arrest Audio*(44 mins)
Part 2**(video 69 mins) - Part 3*(video 18 mins)








































   



   



   



   



   



   



   



   


   



   



   



     








May 15 - 7:30 pm ET - Truthful Tuesday Teach-In
Audio only
*(76 mins)
Washington, D.C.


~

May 17 - 7:30 - 8:30 pm ET
Thursday Night Musicology Live** Audio*(84 mins)

    





                                                                                    Donsha Watkins
   


                                                                                                               Yara Allen
   
 





<<<<<<<    To   Weeks 2 - 6   To    >>>>>>>





The 40-Days Historic Launch!

The Poor People's Campaign:
A National Call for Moral Revival
Launched Mother's Day
with Six Fusion Themes




Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II  President & Sr.
Lecturer
of Repairers of the Breach
&
Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis,
co-chairs of:
The Poor People's Campaign:
A National Call For Moral Revival

December 4, 2017 D.C. Press Briefing**
 The Gathering
is the podcast and Medium is the blog



  The Inaugaural Sunday Mass Meeting and all
subsequent Sunday Mass Meetings were
followed by a Fusion Moral Monday March,

Rally, and Non-vilolent Civil Disobedience in
40 State Capitols and Washington, D.C.



Each week included Truthful Tuesday Nights,
Thursday Theomusicology and
Justice Arts Nights
and Art Builds.

The states not (so far 6-28-2018) officially represented:
Hawaii, Idaho, Georgia, Nebraska, Wyoming, Nevada,
Montana, Oklahoma, and North Dakota





Week 1 (May 13 - 19)
Women, Youth, the Disabled and Children in Poverty
and the Right to Education:


Sunday, May 13
6pm ET - First Sunday Mass Meeting!** Audio*(124 mins)   National City Christian Church, 5 Thomas Cir NW, Washington, D.C.
Somebody is Hurting Our People and Its Gone on Far Too Long
*- "Justice Choir" - Audio (4 mins)

Monday, May 14
2pm ET –  March on our Washington, D.C. Capitol** - Audio
*(157 mins) - Arrest video**
- Audio
*(44 mins) - Part 2**(video 69 mins) - Part 3**(video 18 mins) - Pics

Tuesday, May 15
 
7:30pm - 9pm ETTruthful Tuesdays Teach-In**(Cannot find link on fb-live stream video) - Washington, D.C.   Week One Truthful Tuesday Audio*(76 mins)

6:30 PM - 9 PM ET -  OHIO PPC Truthful Tuesday Teach-In Week 1    
Cincinnati, OH 
RSVP


6:30 pm - 9 ET -  NYC: #Teaching Tuesdays Community Discussion & Watch Party - New York, NY   RSVP

6:30 pm - 9 ET - Albany #Teaching Tuesday | We Won't Be Silent Anymore
Albany, NY    RSVP


6:30 PM - 8 PM CT - Truthful Tuesday Teach In Fayetteville, AR    RSVP

4:30 PM - 7 PM PT - Truthful Tuesday in Portland Portland, OR    RSVP

Wednesday, May 16
7 pm ET Mass Call: Learn How to Participate in the PPC:NCMR in Your State - Online  RSVP

Thursday, May 17
7:30pm - 8:30 ETJustice Theomusicology & Cultural Arts - Washington, D.C. -  Audio*(84 mins) - Video**(84 mins)

3:30 pm - 5 E  -  A Living Wage for All: Ohio Needs a Raise! Ohio Statehouse Rally -  Columbus, OH   RSVP

5 pm - 9 ET -  Art of Resistance: Solidarity Open Mic and Art Build
Detroit, MI    RSVP


6 pm - 9 ET - Nonviolent Moral Fusion Direct Action Training
Asheville, NC   RSVP


7 pm - 8:30 ET - Ohio Poor People's Campaign Sing In
Cleveland Heights, OH   RSV
P


5:30 pm - 6:30 PT - Spokane Rally & Report-Back: Poor People's Campaign - Spokane, WA   RSVP

6 pm - 8:30 ET - NYC: Revolutionary Arts and Culture Variety Show
Bronx, NY    RSVP


Friday, May 18
10:00 am - 1:30 pm ET - Nonviolent Moral Fusion Direct Action Training
Charleston, SC    RSVP


Saturday, May 19
5 pm ET - Mass Call: Learn How to Participate in the PPC:NCMR in Your State - Online     RSVP

8:30 am - 12 pm ET - Nonviolent Moral Fusion Direct Action Training
Register to receive - Ohio location     RSVP


9 am - 10:15 ET - South Carolinians Deserve The Best: A Call To Action
Columbia, SC     RSVP


11 am - 2 pm ET - Nonviolent Moral Fusion Direct Action Training
Gaston, NC    RSVP


12 pm - 4 ET - Nonviolent Moral Fusion Direct Action Training
Nashua, NH     RSVP


9 am - 3 pm PT - Nonviolent Moral Fusion Direct Action Training
Spokane, WA    RSVP


*************************************************************************
Week 2 (May 20 - 26)
Linking Systemic Racism and Poverty: Voting Rights,
Immigration, and Mistreatment of Indigenous Communities


Sunday, May 20th
6 pm ETMass Meeting**(121 mins) - Audio*(121 mins) - National City Christian Church, 5 Thomas Cir NW

1 pm - 5 pm PT -  Nonviolent Moral Fusion Direct Action Training
Los Angeles, CA   RSVP


7 pm - 9 pm ET - Facilitator Training - Charleston, SC  RSVP

Monday, May 21st

10 am ET – Nonviolent Direct Action Training, St Marks Episcopal Church, 301 A St SE

2 pm ET – Rally, US Capitol Lawn – corner of Constitution Ave NW and First St NE - Live Moral Monday March**- Audio* (60 mins) - Pics - Week Two DC Rally and Arrests**
(Video 101 mins)


Tuesday, May 22nd
7:30 - 9 pm ET –  Truthful Tuesday**(85 mins) - Audio*(85 mins), The Festival Center, 1640 Columbia Rd NW

6:30 - 8:30 pm ET Poor People's Campaign Art Build - Wahington, D.C.

MNPPC Action/The People Put ICE on Trial     St. Paul, MN     7:30 AM - 9 AM CDT     RSVP

Nonviolent Moral Fusion Direct Action Training
Buffalo, NY     5 PM - 8 PM EDT     RSVP


Nonviolent Moral Fusion Direct Action Training
Delhi, NY     6 PM - 9 PM EDT     RSVP


Immigrants & Public Benefits: IJPC & OH Poor People's Campaign
Cincinnati, OH     6:30 PM - 9 PM EDT     RSVP


Westchester: Truthful Tuesday and Organizing Meeting
White Plains, NY     6:30 PM - 9 PM EDT     RSVP


Teach In: Poor People's Campaign
Beverly, MA     6:30 PM - 8:30 PM EDT     RSVP


Albany #TeachingTuesday: Systemic Racism and Poverty
Albany, NY     6:30 PM - 9 PM EDT     RSVP


NYC: #TruthfulTuesdays Community Discussion & Town Hall
Brooklyn, NY     6:30 PM - 9 PM EDT     RSVP


Linking Systemic Racism and Poverty
Auburn, ME     7 PM - 9:30 PM EDT     RSVP


Miami Truthful Tuesday: Linking Systemic Racism and Poverty
Coral Gables, FL     7 PM - 9:30 PM EDT     RSVP


Truthful Tuesday in Portland
Portland, OR     4:30 PM - 7 PM PDT     RSVP


Truthful Tuesday Teach In
Fayetteville, AR     6:30 PM - 8 PM CDT     RSVP


Truthful Tuesday Teach In
Little Rock, AR     6:30 PM - 8 PM CDT     RSVP


Truthful Tuesday in Phoenix    First Church UCC, 1407 N 2nd St, Phoenix, AZ 85004    
6 pm PT    
RSVP


Wednesday, May 23rd

Welcoming the Stranger: Immigrant Justice & The Faith Community Madison, WI     6:30 PM - 8 PM CDT     RSVP

Thursday, May 24th

7:30 pm ET Justice Arts Movement: Theomusicology and Poetry Night**- Audio*(94 mins)    AFL CIO, 815 16th street NW, 20005

Connecting through Cultural Arts Thursday Ohio PPC Cincinnati, OH
6 PM - 8 PM EDT     RSVP


NYC: Revolutionary Arts and Culture Variety Show   New York, NY
6 PM - 8:30 PM EDT     RSVP


Art of Resistance: Exhibit and Fundraiser   Detroit, MI    6 PM - 8 PM EDT
     RSVP


Justice Jam: Against Systemic Racism, for Migration Justice     Dorchester, MA     6:30 PM - 8:30 PM EDT     RSVP

Spokane Rally & Report-Back: Poor People's Campaign       Spokane, WA    5:30 PM - 6:30 PM PDT     RSVP

Public 40 Days of Action Sign Making and Phone Banking    Milwaukee, WI     6 PM - 7:30 PM CDT     RSVP

Truth Slam     Kansas City, KS     8 PM - 11 PM CDT     RSVP

Cultural Arts Thursday Phoenix, AZ    Open Mic - come share your poetry, art, thoughts, or other free speech on the theme.   3rd St. and Roosevelt, north side of street (outside)             7 pm PT

Friday, May 25th

Direct Action March    Phoenix, AZ     6:00 pm PT    University Park. The address is 1002 West Van Buren Street, Phoenix, Arizona 85007    Food trucks will be there, so you need not worry about dinner.     RSVP

Weekly Coffee and Catch Up    Ypsilanti, MI     2:30 pm - 4 pm EDT    RSVP

Saturday, May 26th
Moral Fusion Direct Action Training      Wilmington, NC     10 am - 1 pm EDT     RSVP

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Week 3 (May 27 - June 2)
Veterans, Our War Economy/Militarism
and the Proliferation of Gun Violence:


Sunday, May 27th
10am ET Mass Meeting**(120 mins), Greenleaf Christian Church, Goldsbro, NC     - Audio*(120 mins)

3:00 PM - 5:30 pm PT Our General Assembly    Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Phoenix,  4027 East Lincoln Drive, Paradise Valley, Arizona 85253     RSVP

Tuesday, May 29th  Tuesday (Monday - Memorial Day is a holiday)
10 am ET – Nonviolent Direct Action Training, St Marks Episcopal Church, 301 A St SE


2 pm ET Rally, US Capitol Lawn** and a stroll over to see Mitch (38 mins)

Poor People's Non-violent Moral Fusion Direct Action Training B    Raleigh, NC    11am - 1pm ET     RSVP

Poor People's Campaign Information Table       Ithaca, NY    11:30 am - 1:30 pm ET     RSVP

MS Poor People's Campaign  Direct Action Training    Jackson, MS    12 pm - 1 pm CT   RSVP

Week 3: Truthful Tuesday Teach-In and Watch Party     Blue Ash, OH    6:30 - 9 pm ET    RSVP

Speak Your Truth: Stories of Racism and Militarism    Portland, ME    6:30 - 8:30 pm ET    RSVP

Truthful Tuesday Teach In    Fayetteville, AR    6:30 - 8 pm CT    RSVP

Wednesday, May 31st

7:30 pm ET Teach-In**, The Festival Center, 1640 Columbia Rd NW    Washington, D.C.

Poor People’s Campaign Youth Leadership Call     Online     6 - 7 pm ET    RSVP

Miami PPC Teach-In: The War Economy, Militarism, & Gun Violence     Miami, FL     7  - 9:30 pm ET    RSVP

Truthful Teach-In     Portland, OR     4:30 - 7 pm PT    RSVP


Thursday, May 31st
 
7:30 pm ET Justice Arts Movement: Theomusicology and Poetry Night** - Audio* (60 mins)
AFL CIO, 815 16th street NW, 20005    Washington, D.C.

Concord Nonviolent Moral Fusion Direct Action Training    Concord, NH     5:30 - 9 pm ET    RSVP

Public 40 Days of Action Sign Making and Phone Banking    Milwaukee, WI    6 - 7:30 pm CT    RSVP

WK 3: Ohio PPC Cultural Arts Thursday    Cincinnati, OH    6 - 8 pm ET    RSVP

Justice Jam: Against Systemic Racism, for Migration Justice    Dorchester, MA   6:30 - 8:30 pm ET    RSVP

Party with the Poor People's Campaign    New York, NY    7 - 9 pm ET    RSVP

Spokane Rally & Report-Back: Poor People's Campaign    Spokane, WA     5:30 - 6:30 pm PT    RSVP

Truth Slam    Kansas City, KS    8 - 11 pm CT    RSVP

Friday, June 1st

Weekly Coffee and Catch Up    Ypsilanti, MI     2:30 pm - 4 pm EDT    RSVP

Saturday, June 2nd
Nonviolent Moral Fusion Direct Action Training     Raleigh, NC     9 am - 12 pm ET     RSVP

Nonviolent Moral Fusion Direct Action Training     Spokane, WA     9 am - 3 pm PT     RSVP

MS Poor People's Campaign Neighborhood Revival & Block Party     Jackson, MS     12 - 9 pm CT     RSVP

KCK Nonviolent Direct Action Training     Kansas City, KS     4 - 7 pm CT     RSVP


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Week 4 (June 3 - 9)
The right to health - Ecology, Justice and Health - Water,
Extreme Extraction, Climate Change, Health Care:


Sunday, June 3rd


6 - 8 pm ET Sunday Fusion Mass Meeting**- Audio*(82 mins)  11:15 am EDT  Rev. Barber Preaches**Audio*(112 mins)      Live Washington National Cathedral     Washington, D.C.    Post Church Service Forum** Audio* (42 mins)

Albany: Nonviolent Moral Fusion Direct Action Training    Albany, NY     1 - 4 pm ET     RSVP

CNY Poor People's Campaign Watch Party    Syracuse, NY     6 - 8 pm ET     RSVP

Monday, June 4th 
10 am ET – Nonviolent Direct Action Training, St Marks Episcopal Church, 301 A St SE
2 pm ET Fusion Monday Live in D.C.**   Live2**- Audio*(87 mins)

Tuesday, June 5th
7:30 pm ETTeach-In Tuesdays** - Audio
*(86 mins), The Festival Center, 1640 Columbia Rd NW    Washington, D.C.

6:00 pm PT (MST)The Right to Health & a Healthy Planet Teach-In    First Church U.C.C. Phoenix, AZ    1407 N 2nd St, Phoenix, AZ 85004   RSVP

Poughkeepsie - Organizing Meeting and Nvmfda Training     Poughkeepsie, NY     5:30 - 8:30 pm ET   RSVP

NYC: #TruthfulTuesday Community Discussion     New York, NY     5:30 - 8:30 pm ET   RSVP
 
An Intimate Conversation About Water     Detroit, MI     5:30 - 8 pm ET   RSVP

DC Art Build     Washington, DC      6:30 - 8:30 pm ET   RSVP

Troy #TeachingTuesday      Troy, NY      6:30 - 8:30 pm ET   RSVP

Truthful Tuesday Teach-In and Watch Party      Cincinnati, OH     6:30 - 8:30 pm ET   RSVP

Truthful Tuesday and Potluck      Arkport, NY      6:30 - 8:30 pm ET   RSVP

Truthful Tuesday     Burlington, VT    7 - 9 pm ET   RSVP

Miami PPC Teach-In     Coral Gables,  FL     7 - 9 pm ET   RSVP

Truthful Tuesday Teach-In     Austin, TX     6 - 8:30 pm CT   RSVP

Truthful Tuesday Teach-In      Portland, OR    4:30 - 7 pm PT   RSVP

Truthful Tuesday Teach-In     Fayetteville, AR    6:30 - 8 pm CT   RSVP

Truthful Tuesday Teach-In     Barre, VT     7:30 - 9 pm ET   RSVP

Truthful Tuesday - Vigil      Little Rock, AR     7 - 8:30 pm CT   RSVP

Orientation to Oregon Poor People’s Campaign and Action Days      Portland, OR    6:30 - 8 pm PT   RSVP

Wednesday, June 6th 
Moral Fusion Direct Action Training     Burlington, NC    6 - 9 pm ET
  RSVP

Thursday, June 7th
7:30 - 9 pm ET
Justice Arts Movement: Theomusicology and Poetry Night**- Audio*(72 mins)     Bloom Bars, Washington, D.C.

NYC: Culture of Resistance Variety Show    New York, NY    6 - 8:30 pm ET   RSVP

Connecting through Cultural Arts Thursday     Cincinnati, OH     6 - 8 pm ET   RSVP

Cultural Evening for Movement Building     Cuba, NY    6:30 - 8:30 pm ET   RSVP

Justice Jam: Health of the People and the Planet     Dorchester, MA     6:30 - 8:30 pm ET   RSVP

MD Phonebank in Bethesda     Bethesda, MD    7 - 8:30 pm ET   RSVP

The Work That Reconnects: Despair and Empowerment     Sacramento, CA    4  - 6 pm  PT   RSVP

Spokane Rally & Report-Back: Poor People's Campaign     Spokane, WA    5:30 - 6:30 pm PT   RSVP

Truth Slam     Kansas City, KS     8 - 11 pm CT   RSVP

(Tucson) Teach-in: Ecological Devastation    Tucson, AZ     6 - 9 pm PT (MST)   RSVP

Friday, June 8th
North Carolina Democracy Teach-In    Charlotte, NC    2 - 4 pm EDT   RSVP

Environmental Devastation & The Right to Healthcare     Cleveland, OH     7 - 9 pm ET   RSVP

Saturday, June 9th
MI PPC Direct Action Training     Detroit, MI     9 am - 12:30 pm ET   RSVP

Poor People’s Campaign: Chicago Citywide Art Build   Chicago, IL     12 - 6 pm CT   RSVP

Nonviolent Moral Fusion Direct Action Training    Durham, NC     2 - 5 pm ET   RSVP

Music of the Movement & Art / Sign Build    Fayetteville, AR     2 - 4 pm CT   RSVP

Civil Disobedience Training    Pleasant Valley, MO     3:30 - 5:30 pm ET   RSVP

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Week 5 (June 10 - 16)
Everybody’s Got a Right to Live - Living Wages,
Guaranteed Income, Housing and Social Services:


Sunday, June 10th

11 am ETSermon by Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II** Audio*(62 mins)       National City Christian Church, 5 Thomas Circle NW   Washington, D.C. 20005 LGBTQ Pride

6 pm ET - Fusion Mass Meeting** - Audio*(66 mins)     Bethesda, Maryland

Poor People’s Campaign: Chicago Citywide Art Build    Chicago, IL     11 AM - 5 pm CT   RSVP

Miami to Tallahassee for the Poor People’s Campaign    Miami, FL     1 pm ET   RSVP

Potluck and Ohio PPC Mass Meeting Livestream Watch Party    Cincinnati, OH     5:30 - 7 pm ET   RSVP

Mass Meeting in Bethesda, MD    Bethesda, MD     6 PM - 8 PM EDT   RSVP

AR PPC Mass Meeting     Little Rock, AR     5 - 6:30 pm CT   RSVP

AR PPC Mass Meeting     Fayetteville, AR     5 - 6:30 pm CT   RSVP

PPC San Diego Gatherings     San Diego, CA     3 PM - 5:30 PM   RSVP

Monday, June 11th
 
10 am ET – Nonviolent Direct Action Training, Capitol Hill United Methodist Church, 421 Seward Square SE
2 pm ET Week Five Rally at the Capitol** - Audio*(126 mins)

Tuesday, June 12th
6:30 - 8:30 pm ET DC Art Build     Washington, DC    RSVP

7:30 pm ET Truthful Tuesday Teach-In     Washington, DC    RSVP

7 - 8:30 pm PT (MST) Apache Stronghold Caravan in Tucson, AZ     RSVP

Teach-In: Everybody’s Got the Right to Live: Education, Living Wage, Jobs      Phoenix, AZ     6 - 8 pm PT (MST)     RSVP

Troy #TeachingTuesday    Labor, Education and Housing      Troy, NY      6:30 - 8:30 pm ET   RSVP

Truthful Tuesday Teach-In and Watch Party      Cincinnati, OH     6:30 - 8:30 pm ET   RSVP

Truthful Tuesday Teach-In     Austin, TX     6 - 8:30 pm CT   RSVP

NYC: #TruthfulTuesday Community Discussion     Bronx, NY     6 - 9 pm ET   RSVP

Cuba: #TruthfulTuesdays Community Discussion     Cuba, NY     6:30 - 9 pm ET   RSVP

Cuba: Creating Fusion and Solidarity through Cultural Expression     Cuba, NY     6:30 - 8:30 pm ET   RSVP

Teach-in Tuesday: Education, Discussion on Economic Inequality     Jamaica Plain, MA      6:30 - 8:30 pm ET   RSVP

Truthful Tuesday Teach-In      Portland, OR    4:30 - 7 pm PT   RSVP

Truthful Tuesday Teach-In     Fayetteville, AR    6:30 - 8 pm CT   RSVP

Truthful Tuesday - Vigil      Little Rock, AR     7 - 8:30 pm CT   RSVP

Truthful Tuesday Teach-In     Chicago, IL      6:30 - 8:30 pnm CT   RSVP

Wednesday, June 13th

PPC San Diego Gatherings     San Diego, CA     6 - 8 pm PT   RSVP

Thursday, June 14th

7:30 pm ET Justice Arts Movement: Theomusicology and Poetry Night**- Audio*(72 mins)     Bloom Bars, Washington, D.C.

Right to Health and a Healthy Planet: Drum Circle and Open Mic     Phoenix, AZ    7:30 - 9:30 pm PT (MST)   RSVP

Cultural Thursday Labyrinth Walk     Cleveland, OH    6:45 - 8:45 am ET   RSVP

Cultural Arts Thursday    Cincinnati, OH    6 - 8 pm ET   RSVP

NYC: Liberation Arts Variety Show    New York, NY   6 - 9 m ET   RSVP

Justice Jam: Everybody’s Got A Right To Live    Dorchester, MA    6:30 - 8:30 pm ET   RSVP

MD Phonebank in Bethesda     Bethesda, MD     7 - 8:30 pm ET   RSVP

Activism + Dance = Liberation Workshop    Sacramento, CA    4 - 6 pm PT   RSVP

Poor People’s Campaign Poetry Open Mic Night    Shaker Heights, OH    7 - 9 pm ET   RSVP

Spokane Rally & Report-Back: Poor People's Campaign    Spokane, WA    5:30 - 6:30 pm ET   RSVP

Truth Slam     Kansas City, KS     8 - 11 pm CT   RSVP

Friday, June 15th

Sign Making Gathering     Cleveland, OH     10 am - 12 pm ET   RSVP

How Far Have We Come? With Jim Scott     Worcester, MA   7 - 10 pm ET   RSVP

Poor People’s Campaign Phone Bank     Sacramento, CA     4 - 7 pm PT   RSVP

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Week 6 (June 17 - 23)
A New and Unsettling Force challenging Our Nation’s
Distorted Moral Narrative - a Fusion Movement Rising Up:

Washington, D.C. Tent National Mall, 9th Street Pea Gravel bw Madison and Jefferson

Viewing Gatherings:

Sunday, June 17

2:00 - 5:30 pm ET - Art Build   Washington, D.C. Tent National Mall
6:00 - 7:30 pm ET - Tent Mass Meeting Washington, D.C.** Audio* (81 mins)
Potluck Dinner and Watch Party    Cincinnati, OH     5:30 - 7:30 pm ET   RSVP

PPC San Diego Gatherings     Vista, CA     3 - 5:30 pm PT   RSVP

VT PPC: Pre-Action Training    Burlington, VT     4:45 - 9 pm ET   RSVP

CNY Poor People’s Campaign Watch Party     Syracuse, NY     6 - 8 pm ET   RSVP

Poor People’s Campaign Meeting Livestream     Roanoke, VA     6 - 8 pm ET   RSVP

PPC Sunday Mass Meeting Livestream     Barre, VT     6 - 8 pm ET   RSVP

Delhi - Mass Meeting Watch Party     Delhi, NY     6 - 8 pm ET   RSVP

Monday, June 18
Final simultaneous nonviolent moral fusion direct actions in DC and state capitals across the nation:

10:00 am ET - Nonviolent direct action training   Washington, D.C. Tent National Mall
2:00 pm - (all local time zones) -
Rally at the Capitol Washington, D.C.**Audio* (165 mins)

Tuesday, June 19

1:00 - 7:00 pm ET - Art Build   Washington, D.C. Tent National Mall   RSVP
7:30 - 9:00 pm ET - Truthful Tuesday* Audio*(70 mins)   Washington, D.C. Tent National Mall
Juneteenth Day Milwaukee Parade & Festival     Milwaukee, WI   10 am - 6 pm CT   RSVP
Juneteenth Rally Pt.1: KCMO Criminal Justice Reform     Kansas City, MO    5 - 6 pm CT   RSVP
Forward Together: Building the Power of the People     Damariscotta, ME     7 - 9 pm ET   RSVP
Juneteenth      New York, NY    7 - 10pm ET   RSVP
Truthful Tuesday Teach-In      Little Rock, AR    6:30 - 8 pm CT   RSVP
Truthful Tuesday Teach-In      Portland, OR      4:30 - 7 pm PT   RSVP
Truthful Tuesday Teach-In      Fayetteville, AR     6:30 - 8 pm CT   RSVP
Truthful Tuesday Teach-In      Barre, VT    7:30 - 9 pm ET   RSVP
Truthful Tuesday Teach-In     Austin, TX     6 - 8:30 pm CT   RSVP
Truthful Tuesday Teach-In on our Distorted Moral Narrative      Durham, NC    7 - 9 pm ET
  RSVP
Juneteenth Rally Pt.2: KCK Criminal Justice Reform     Kansas City, KS     6:15 - 8:15 pm CT   RSVP

Wednesday, June 20

9:00 am - 6:30 pm ET -  Workshops, Training, and Canvassing    Washington, D.C. Tent   National Mall

6:00 - 7:00 pm ET - Revs Barber and  Liz Theoharis Youth Webinar**

PPC San Diego Gathering     San Diego, CA   6 - 8 pm PT   RSVP

Thursday, June 21 - Summer Solstice

7:30 pm ET - Thursday Justice Arts**    Washington, D.C. Tent   National Mall

9:00 am - 6:00 pm ET - Nonviolent Moral Fusion Direct Action Training, Rally, and Direct Action    Washington, D.C. Tent   National Mall

Right to Health and a Healthy Planet: Drum Circle and Open Mic    Phoenix, AZ    7:30 - 9:30 pm PT (MST)   RSVP

Jail, Justice and Community    Milwaukee, WI    6 - 7:30 pm CT   RSVP

MD Phonebank in Bethesda     Bethesda, MD    7 - 8:30 pm ET   RSVP

Friday, June 22
9 am - 9 pm ET - Workshops and Cultural Arts    Washington, D.C. Tent   National Mall
Bus from Birmingham, AL to Mass Rally in DC    Birmingham, AL    8 am CT   RSVP

Take KY’s Bowling Green/Lexington Bus to PPC Rally in DC    Bowling Green/Lexington, KY    5 pm ET   RSVP

Bus or Caravan to DC Rally    Milwaukee, WI    6 pm CT   RSVP

Take KY’s Louisville /Lexington Bus to PPC Rally in DC     Louisville/Lexington, KY   6 pm ET   RSVP

Bus Trip to DC for #GlobalDayOfSolidarity     Charlotte, NC    9 pm ET   RSVP

Get on the Bus to Washington, DC    Roxbury Crossing, MA    11 pm ET   RSVP


Global Day of Solidarity and Sending Forth Call to Action Mass Rally in Washington, D.C.:
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SATURDAY, June 23
8:30 - 9:30 am ET - Shabbat Service
10:00 am - 2:30 pm ET - Stand Against Poverty Mass Rally & Moral Revival
** (bit.ly/MassRallyDC)   Washington, D.C.   The National  Mall   RSVP

PA Buses to Stand Against Poverty, Mass Rally & Moral Revival    Harrisburg, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, PA     Times vary   RSVP

SC: Ride the Bus to Global Day of Solidarity     Charleston and Columbia, SC     Times vary   RSVP

Stand Against Poverty, Mass Rally: Livestream Event     New Haven, CT     10 am - 2:30 pm ET   RSVP

Global Day of Solidarity    Little Rock, AR     9 - 11 am CT   RSVP

In the Face of Injustice: PPC solidarity March & Rally     Pomona City Plaza, CA     11 am - 3 pm PT   RSVP

Spokane Solidarity Rally: Poor People’s Campaign     Spokane, WA     12 - 1:30 pm PT   RSVP

East County Poor People’s Campaign Rally     Antioch, CA     4 - 7 pm PT   RSVP



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