The We Cry Justice Cultural Arts Project is a collection of visual arts and musical resources that help movement leaders, students, congregations, artists, and people of conscience develop a deep understanding of and take up core concepts that undergird the We Cry Justice devotional. Art and culture work is central to the way we do political education and organizing. Contributors to this project are artists and cultural organizers from across the country and world who are committed to building the work of the Poor People’s Campaign and uniting the poor and dispossessed to end poverty and the interlocking injustices of systemic racism, militarism, ecological devastation and the distorted moral narrative of White Christian Nationalism. Watch our slideshow.
We hope it will be used to engage communities, especially as we mobilize for a Mass Poor People’s and Low Wage Workers’ Assembly and Moral March on Washington, June 18th, 2022.