Poor Peoples' Campaign

The Poor Peoples' Campaign (PPC) is a multi-faith effort building a movement to overcome systemic racism, poverty, ecological devastation and the war economy.

Anchor organizations for the Campaign include Repairers of the Breach and Kairos Center for Religions, Rights, and Social Justice. Included among the many faith-based Mobilizing Partners are the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, Buddhist Action Center, the Episcopal Church, Evangelicals for Social Action, Franciscan Action Network, General Board of Church and Society of the United Methodist Church, Interfaith Worker Justice, Islamic Society of North America, Jews for Racial and Economic Justice, Methodist Federation for Social Action, Muslim Public Affairs Council, National Council of Churches, Network of Spiritual Progressives, Presbyterian Church (USA), Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association, Sadhana: Coalition of Progressive Hindus, Sojourners, Union for Reform Judaism, Unitarian Universalist Association, United Church of Christ, United Methodist Women, and the Washington National Cathedral. 

The Fundamental Principles of the campaign celebrate the power of sustained direct moral action and embrace nonviolence and rejection of violent actions and tactics.


Learn more and get involved: https://www.poorpeoplescampaign.org/

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