A part of the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival‘s week-long vigil on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., The Three Reconstructions: A Poor People’s History Tour on Friday, June 22 took campaign leaders on a tour examining key sites in the history of U.S. social movements, along with the hidden histories of well-known national landmarks. The tour emphasized the three Reconstructions, looking at the leadership of the most affected in each period. The tour put the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival in the tradition of responding to evils with revival, fusion organizing, the call for moral revolution, and social transformation.

The Three Reconstructions: A Poor People’s History Tour

Dobbs is a watershed attack that will come to be known as an infamous consolidation of an unrelenting extremist assault on this country’s gains for equality and justice: by @RevDrBarber @liztheo & @shaillybarnes
https://therealnews.com/this-supreme-court-is-constitutionally-illegitimate-and-everyone-knows-it

In a Post-Roe America, how can Christians faithfully stand in solidarity for the rights of the poor?

Join Justice Revival & @liztheo of @UniteThePoor/@KairosCenterNYC this Thurs. 6/30 @ 5pm ET

Register now: https://justicerevival.org/event/honoring-the-rights-of-the-poor-in-a-post-roe-america/

Join @Justice_Revival this Thu, June 30 @ 5p ET to hear from @liztheo, Co-Chair of @UniteThePoor, and our Political Director Lauren Reliford, MSW @MymStrategies, to learn more about how we can stand together for the rights of the poor in a post-Roe nation. https://justicerevival.org/event/honoring-the-rights-of-the-poor-in-a-post-roe-america/?blm_aid=59329582

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