We need a new Poor People’s Campaign for Moral Revival to help us become the nation we’ve not yet been. Read more.
What was Dr. King’s vision for the Poor People’s Campaign of 1967-68? Read more.
The Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival will be in Charlotte, North Carolina on Wednesday, August 9, 2017 at 7:00 pm at Antioch Missionary Baptist Church, kicking off a national tour to be held across the country in the coming months. Read more.
As the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival gains steam this fall with a series of Mass Meetings held throughout the country, the Campaign has begun to receive attention in the press and other media. Here are some of the recent highlights. Read more.
Rev. Dr. Barber has answered the call to help lead brigades of ambulance drivers to heal the deep wounds of racism, militarism, and poverty. He has taken up the call to finish the unfinished business of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King and build a Poor People’s Campaign for today. Read more.