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Poor People’s Campaign – Upcoming Actions and Trainings!

The Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival is uniting tens of thousands of people across the country. This spring, our congregation is looking to get involved in and support the Minnesota Poor People’s Campaign for 40 days of moral action to challenge systemic racism, poverty, the war economy and militarism, ecological devastation, and our nation’s distorted moral narrative.

Upcoming Local Actions and Trainings

TRAINING: Monday, June 11: Civil Disobedience Training for June 11 Action
A transformative training with Kandace Montgomery of Black Visions Collective and a leader with the Black Lives Matter Global Network
10:30 AM | Location TBD
RSVP here!
Questions? Email Elizabeth Tannen at etannen@gmail.com
ACTION: Monday, June 11: Everybody's Got a Right to Live
A Rally for a Living Wage and Economic Justice
We will take to the streets again, in partnership with the 15 Now Coalition (CTUL, Hmong Americans for Justice, Restaurant Opportunities Center, Our Minnesota Future, Ujamaa), we will hold up the national theme of Everybody Has a Right to Live and demand that St. Paul pass #1FairWage: 15 without carveouts or exemptions for any workers!
2:00 PM | South Steps of Capitol
Facebook event
Questions? Email Elizabeth Tannen at etannen@gmail.com
TRAINING: Monday, June 12: Civil Disobedience Training for June 11 Action
A transformative training with Kandace Montgomery of Black Visions Collective and a leader with the Black Lives Matter Global Network
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM | Unity Church-Unitarian (732 W Holly Ave, Saint Paul, MN 55104)
RSVP here!
ACTION: Monday, June 18: A New Unsettling Force
Confronting the Distorted Moral Narrative
5:00 PM | South Steps of Capitol
Partners: Center for Prophetic Imagination, Catholic Worker Communities

Stay up to date on the local actions by visiting the Minnesota Poor People’s Campaign website, and you can learn more about the national Poor People’s Campaign by visiting their national website.

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