Poor People's Campaign Gets Boost from CWA Activists

CWA human rights activists who attended the Poor People's Campaign: Moral Action Congress in June are working hard within their communities to engage CWAers in the fight for social and economic justice!
 
CWA members Kwami Barnes (Local 4603 in Wisconsin) and Fred Smith (Local 3902 in Alabama) joined the Poor People's Campaign Coordinating Committee in their respective states to partner with local activists on organizing human rights actions in their communities. Those state committees recently kicked off a 22-state "We Must Do M.O.R.E. Tour!" running from September to May 2020. M.O.R.E. stands for mobilizing, organizing, registering, and educating people who will join the movement and vote to advance a moral agenda that challenges injustice.

The tour will lead into the Mass Poor People's Assembly and Moral March on Washington, where thousands of activists, leaders, and moral agents will gather on June 20, 2020, to demonstrate their power and solidarity. For information on the tour and events near you visit www.poorpeoplescampaign.org/more.


CWA members Kwami Barnes (Local 4603 in Wisconsin), left, and Fred Smith (Local 3902 in Alabama), right, joined the Poor People's Campaign Coordinating Committee in their respective states to partner with local activists on organizing human rights actions in their communities.