Poor People’s Campaign - A National Call for Moral Revival: Themes for 40 Days of Action

The week dates shown are Sunday through Saturday. Each Monday, at 2:00 p.m. in the respective time zones across the country, rallies will be held, followed by non-violent direct action from 3 – 5 p.m. With such a late start, Arizonans may or may not be prepared for a May 14 action, but this option is open for a while longer until Arizona's leadership team can decide. 

  • Week 1 (May 13-19) – Somebody's Hurting Our People: Child Poverty, Women, and People With Disabilities
  • Week 2 (May 20-26) – Linking Systemic Racism And Poverty: Voting Rights And Immigration
  • Week 3 (May 27-June 2) – The War Economy: Militarism and the Proliferation of Gun Violence
  • Week 4 (June 3-9) – Ecological Devastation and the Right Health
  • Week 5 (June 10-16) – Everybody's Got the Right to Live: Education, Jobs, Income and Housing
  • Week 6 (June 17-22) – A New and Unsettling Force
  • June 23rd (Saturday) – Mass rally in Washington, DC and Global Day of Solidarity

Tucson: May 14, 7:30 – 8:30 a.m. in front of the federal building at 300 W. Congress Street

Future / other locations TBA.

Rev. William J. Barber's congregation in Goldsboro, NC, uses the Poverty & Justice Bible, published by the American Bible Society, available on their website or from Amazon and some local bookstores. It's informative for all of us and may give some new sermon insights to clergy.

For more information, contact Dave Coatsworth, davec4ppc@gmail.com or 520-743-6763.