People of Faith Say ENOUGH! The Time is Now!
Faith and community leaders are gathering weekly for virtual mass meetings to build a movement that breaks down barriers to economic and racial justice. The “We Say ENOUGH” campaign is calling for a moral response to the deepening disparities and injustice poor and disenfranchised people are experiencing in our nation. The virtual mass meetings are spaces for the collective development of the moral imagination and moral imperative needed to build and sustain a moral revolution.
Rev. William Barber said it best: “Change will come with the recognition that this fight is much larger than a policy or political battle; it is a spiritual fight for the moral center of our democracy.
Won’t you join us in saying ENOUGH? We have weekly multi-faith virtual mass meetings on Mondays at 12:30pm EST. These virtual meetings will be fashioned in the spirit of mass meetings that happened in places like Birmingham, Montgomery, and parts of Mississippi during the Civil Rights Movement of the 50’s and 60’s. Through testimony from the field, the development of political and power analyses to frame our work, and planning for public actions that embody the power of multi-faith prophetic witness we will collectively say ENOUGH and demand a commitment to human thriving.
Be ON CALL FOR THE MOVEMENT, MONDAYS 12:30 P.M. – 1:30 P.M.
For more information: Charlene Sinclair (firstname.lastname@example.org)
We’ll have a meeting every Monday until the election. Sign up here for reminders.