Poor People's Campaign

Coming Up:

Healing the earth means healing our people. That’s why on Monday we’re lifting up struggles from across the nation to protect our land and freedom from the evils of ecological devastation, poverty wages, environmental racism and denial of health care. From the struggle to defend Apache sacred land in Oak Flats from a corporate mining giant to Cancer Alley in Louisiana to toxic factories in West Virginia and Chicago, to name just a few, we’ll hear directly from communities that are fighting back and demanding economic and environmental justice.

Join us on March 1st, 2021 for Moral Monday: Heal the Earth, Heal our People at 3pm ET / 12pm PT and hear the stories of communities who have been targeted with destructive practices by corporations and governments, but are building movements that hold the key to a sustainable future. Join us Monday as we continue to push Congress and the White House to enact our 14 Policy Priorities to Heal the Nation.

Click here for a digital toolkit to amplify the Campaign’s 14 Policy Priorities for the first 100 days!

**The online event will be ASL interpreted and open captioned.**


Recent:

For three weeks of Moral Mondays we’ve fought for $15/hour minimum wage, the elimination of the sub-minimum wage for tipped workers, union rights for all and a full and just COVID relief. As we have seen over the past 11 months, these issues are deeply connected. The crisis of poverty and low wages is directly connected to the injustices in our healthcare system. We know that 87 million people were uninsured or underinsured before the pandemic and millions have lost their healthcare in the worst public health crisis in a century. In the richest nation in history, there is no excuse for denying the human rights of living wages, an adequate standard of living and quality health care.