The Poor People’s Campaign Enters Fifth Week; Demand Action

 

Continuing the most expansive wave of nonviolent direct action in recent U.S. history, hundreds of residents from across California are at the State Capital to demand lawmakers take real action to address the state’s homelessness crisis and do more to combat racism and poverty. 

The Poor People’s Campaign enters its fifth week with a demand that lawmakers address inequality in California. Advocates will engage in nonviolent direct action/rally, calling for living wages, the right for all workers to join unions, fully funded anti-poverty programs, and free tuition at public colleges, among other reforms.

 
 
 

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