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Forward to 2023

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Poor People's Campaign

Join/sign up for emails, updates about open houses and events,

and information about the 2023 Washington state legislative session.

2023 Washington State Legislative Session

WA PPC Partner Legislative agenda links


Fix Democracy First - they do not have a legislative agenda posted on their website yet however their work focuses on money in politics, voting access, fair representation, and civic engagement and education.


Washington State Labor Council - The state labor council has its leg agenda here. There may also be some discussion about pushing back against the merger between Kroger and Albertsons


Washington Community Action Network - Are focused on a bill addressing the state clemency and pardons board which will reestablish parole in Washington State.


Healthcare Is a Human Right - their legislative agenda here.


Faith Action Network - their legislative agenda here


Fuse Washington - their legislative agenda here.


350 WA - their legislative agenda here.


Washington People's Privacy – they do not have a legislative agenda posted yet but focus on protecting the privacy rights of impacted communities from the overreach of law enforcement and large coorperations.


Washington Community Alliance – their legislative agenda will be updated here. Last years information is still listed.


La Resistencia – will be announcing support for bills soon. La Resistencia is a grassroots organization led by undocumented immigrants based in Washington State working to end the detention of immigrants and stop deportations.

Looking Back With Gratitude
PPC 2022 Year-In-Review

As we look forward to the work before us in 2023, we look back on 2022 with gratitude. The work of our campaign, the work of reconstructing the systems that create the interlocking injustices of poverty, racism, militarism, ecological devastation and the distorted moral narrative, is not easy or short term. While it is clear there is much for us to do it is also clear that our campaign has grown tremendously this year. As we reflect on where we go from here it is clear that where we are is due to the tremendous efforts of each of you! Thank you for being a part of our movement and for moving forward together with us. In 2022:

  • we held 11 Open Houses

  • rallied around a community member who was attacked with a vehicle during a protest

  • ran 3 fundraisers raising thousands of dollars that supported travel  to Washington D.C. for the Mass Poor People's Assembly

  • organized a 100-person delegation to the Mass Assembly in Washington DC on June 18

  • held a virtual talk with Dr. Cornel West and a virtual statewide rally with Dr. Barber and Dr. Theoharis

  • built up over 60 mobilizing partnerships and supported our partners on picket lines, in courthouses, and at rallies

  • Engaged in several get out the vote campaigns for the November midterm elections including our Souls to the Polls Action

  • Welcomed Rev. Kelle Brown as a new Tri-Chair of our state campaign

  • And more!

None of these things would have been possible without the support and activism of hundreds. Whether you read our newsletter and/or website, chipped in to support, came out to one of our events, joined a regional committee or work team, or traveled with our campaign- thank you. We are glad to be in this movement with you.


See what was done

In June 2022, Washington's Poor People's Campaign participated in the Moral Revival Assembly in Washington DC. This 3-day assembly included a Community Dinner at Freedom Plaza, Candle Light Vigil at The Lincoln Memorial, and the Moral Revival Assembly at Constitution Avenue. Video by Chardonnay Beaver.

Live Video from Rally

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