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“I’ll Vote On” — The History of Voter Suppression in Alabama and the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival

Drawing on Skylight’s timely film “I’ll Vote On,” John Wessel-McCoy explains how, in 1985, Alabama State Attorney General Jeff Sessions began a systematic campaign of intimidation against both Black elected officials and voters. As an important piece of history, “I’ll Vote On” serves as an example of how we can educate ourselves and others in the effort to build a social movement led by the poor across color lines.

Register for “Questions Must Be Raised” – Online Seminar with Rev. Emily McNeill of the Labor-Religion Coalition of New York State

On Friday, November 17 at 10 AM EST, join us for an online seminar with Rev. Emily McNeill of the Labor-Religion Coalition of New York State to discuss the findings of the Truth Commission on Poverty, the Binghamton Mass Meeting of the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival, and on organizing the Poor People’s Campaign in New York.

Restorers of Streets to Live In: The Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival in Washington State

The Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival will hold a Washington State Mass Meeting on Monday, November 6 at Intellectual House – the Native Life & Tribal Relations Longhouse at the University of Washington. Here are excerpts from the many important pieces on the Kairos blog that have emerged out of the work of organizers in Washington, especially Chaplains on the Harbor.

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