Support the Poor People’s Campaign: A Poor People’s Pandemic Report and the June 18 Moral March on Washington April 26, 2022

This month, the Poor People’s Campaign released A Poor People’s Pandemic Report. This report maps the intersections of race, poverty and the Covid-19 pandemic. Take a look to learn about the many ways that the Covid-19 pandemic has exacerbated social and economic disparities in the U.S.

And if you’re feeling frustrated and angry with our government’s mismanaged priorities, join the Poor People’s Campaign on June 18 for a Moral March on Washington and to the Polls. Buses are being prepared to bring people in from all over the country to let elected officials know that we will no longer be silent while they ignore our basic needs. If you can’t make it, there are other ways you can support the march and the campaign overall.

Head over to https://www.poorpeoplescampaign.org/june18/ to find out more about how you can get involved on June 18.

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