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“A Quick History of the Poor People’s Campaign from 1968 to Moral Revival”

With gratitude
PPC 2022 Year-In-Review

Chardonnay Beaver:
Poor People's Campaign
Moral Assembly Assembly 2022

Pain and Poverty in America
- The Poor People's Campaign

A four minute overview/introduction to the Poor Peoples Campaign

Open House, September 13, 2021: Focus on Labor

Watch a replay of our exciting Open House held on Monday, September 13!

First 40 days

The Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival is uniting tens of thousands of people across the country to challenge the evils of systemic racism, poverty, the war economy, ecological devastation and the nation’s distorted morality.


This Labor Day we honor
all those who joined the #PoorPeoplesCampaign for our season of nonviolent moral direct action. 

Like the women’s suffrage declared over 100 years ago, yes it is bread we fight for, but we fight for roses, too!

Moral March to save Our Democracy

Recorded Monday, August 2nd, 2021


Hear the powerful speeches and witness the hundreds of arrests as faith leaders and low-wage workers from all over the nation engage in nonviolent, moral, direct action by leading a rally and march in Washington, D.C., to save our democracy.

They demand that the United States Congress:

1. End the Filibuster.

2. Pass all provisions of the For the People Act.

3. Fully restore the 1965 Voting Rights Act.

4. Raise the federal minimum wage to $15/hour.

5. Fully protect all 11 million undocumented 



State of Washington participation in National Demand Day! March 15, 2021

Teach-In: how to practice allyship for Black Lives

WA Poor People’s Campaign Tri-Chair Rev. Bianca Davis-Lovelace speaking at the Womxn’s March Seattle – Jan. 19, 2019

Militant Non-violent Civil Disobedience Training with Rev. Seku – June 26, 2020

WAPPC Action at City Hall in Olympia during 40 day launch of campaign - 2018

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