Support the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act

On May 14, 2021, the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act passed the U.S. House in a bipartisan 315-101 vote. Despite bipartisan support in both chambers, the bill has stalled in the U.S.…

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“Pack the Drive-Thru” Workers Protest

The Racial Justice Coalition and Raise Up NC, North Carolina’s branch of Fight for $15, are seeking broad community support for Bojangles workers in WNC. Support workers striking for health…

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Moral Monday: National Action in Washington DC

For the fourth week of the Season of Nonviolent Moral Direct Action, everyone is invited to Washington DC, at 11 am, on Monday, August 2nd, for a Mass National Moral Monday Action in Washington DC to Save Our Democracy!

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North Carolina Moral Monday: Action in Raleigh

You are invited to Raleigh for a Moral Monday Action at the Office of Senator Thom Tillis to Save Our Democracy! Meet at 10:15 am at the Terry Sanford Federal Building, 310 New Bern Avenue in Raleigh. There will be a rally and march to call on Senator Tillis to say YES to our four Demands and to say yes NOW.

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Moral Monday: Taking It To the States

On July 26th, at 8 pm, the Poor People’s Campaign will join partners around the nation to take the fight for democracy to the home offices of US Senators in at least 40 states, regardless of party, and engage in nonviolent moral direct action.

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Moral Monday: Democracy vs Autocracy

Tune in on Monday, July 5th, at 3 pm ET, to hear Poor People’s Campaign co-chair Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II offer a vision for intensified civil disobedience to demand full voting rights and a $15/hr federal minimum wage as well as announce plans for this summer’s upcoming actions.

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Moral Monday: National Poor People’s Assembly

On June 21st, at 5:30 pm, poor people, low wage workers, moral and faith leaders and advocates will gather online from across the nation simultaneously with a socially-distant rally in Raleigh, NC, at the state legislature, for this historic mass assembly.

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