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Poor People’s Campaign Spotlights Those Left Behind

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By Pete Levine ·

AFSCME is a proud supporter of the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival, a 40-day campaign spotlighting racism, poverty and an economy that has turned its back on our country’s most vulnerable citizens.

AFSCME President Lee Saunders will be speaking at the Poor People’s Campaign’s Global Day of Solidarity in Washington on Saturday, alongside AFSCME member Renita Smith. Both will talk about the crucial role public service workers play in our communities and the need for continued activism to protect the freedoms working families have earned.

The themes taken up by the Poor People’s Campaign reflect many of the same goals of AFSCME’s I AM 2018 campaign, which seeks to reignite a national conversation around racial and economic justice.

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Over the past two years, the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival has reached out to communities in more than 30 states across this nation. The Poor People’s Campaign ends on June 23.

Learn how to participate here.

AFSCME is a proud supporter of the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival, a 40-day campaign spotlighting racism, poverty and an economy that has turned its back on our country’s most vulnerable citizens.

AFSCME President Lee Saunders will be speaking at the Poor People’s Campaign’s Global Day of Solidarity in Washington on Saturday, alongside AFSCME member Renita Smith. Both will talk about the crucial role public service workers play in our communities and the need for continued activism to protect the freedoms working families have earned.

The themes taken up by the Poor People’s Campaign reflect many of the same goals of AFSCME’s I AM 2018 campaign, which seeks to reignite a national conversation around racial and economic justice.

Photo Credit: Poor People's Campaign

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