"It's time to fight for America's Soul." - Rev. Dr. Barber & Rev. Dr. Theoharis
The Poor People's Campaign 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.
The Rochester New Poor People's Campaign invites all people who have been impacted by poverty, discrimination, or related injustices, as well as, direct providers, advocates, faith and religious leaders, and experts to this community gathering.
The truth commission will share stories that expose the reality of ongoing injustices in our local communities, to develop stronger relationships among us, and build commitment to solidarity. We join the national campaign as it mobilizes communities to prepare for 40 days of action.
Sign-In begins at 5:30pm
Dinner begins at 6pm
Organized by the Rochester Poor People's Campaign. Sponsors include: Social Welfare Action Alliance, Metro Justice, Showing Up for Racial Justice, Greater Rochester Community of Churches, House of Mercy, Mothers Out Front, BOYD, Rise Up Rochester, St. Joseph's Neighborhood Center, Baber AME Church, Center for Community Alternatives, Central Church of Christ, New Beginnings Apostolic Faith Church, The Interfaith Alliance of Rochester, The Social Work Department at the College of Brockport, Person Centered Housing Options, 1199 SEIU United Healthcare Workers East
1549 Dewey Ave
Rochester, NY 14615
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